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2.4

Volume: 2
Issue: 4
1992

Contents

Daniela Hodrová
La structure et les transformations du roman initiatique
1
Oldřich Král
Durch Übersetzen ans sinnliche Ufer Übersetzen
21
Stephen Greenblatt
Utopian Desire
30
Martin Wassermann
Kafka’s The New Attorney: A Therapeutic Poem Offering a Jewish Way to Face Death
42
Anna Grmelová
Thematic and Structural Diversification of D.H. Lawrence’s Short Story in the Wake of World War I
58
Miluša Bubeníková , Lenka Vachalovská
The Unknown Heritage of a Russian Émigré in Czechoslovakia: A.L. Bem
70
Review of Gérard Genette
Fiction et diction
Paris: Éditions du Seuil, 1991. 151 pp.
→ Petr Kyloušek, Fiction et diction
77
Review of Milan Jankovič
Das Werk als Geschehen des Sinnes
(Dílo jako dění smyslu.) Prague: Pražská imaginace, 1992. 94 pp.
→ Pavel Kouba, Sinn des Werkes - Sinn der Wirklichkeit
80
Review of T. S. Eliot
Selected Essays
(O básnictví a básnících.) Edited and translated by Martin Hilský. Prague: Odeon, 1991. 357 pp.
→ Martin Procházka, (Post)modernism and After
85
Review of Martin Hilský
Contemporary British Novel
(Současný britský román.) Prague: H&H, 1991. 304 pp.
→ Martin Procházka, (Post)modernism and After
85
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