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Volume: 1
Issue: 2
1991

Contents

Emil Volek
Eros, Semiotics of Space, and Avant-Garde in Octavio Paz: Homage and Erosions
61
Antonio Arnoni Prado
O exílio na metáfora (sobre o Cemitério dos Vivos e as Memórias do Cárcere)
75
Zdeněk Hrbata
Trois considérations sur la Révolution française (Maistre, Chateaubriand, Mme de Staël)
82
Jaroslav Bránský
Boskowitzer Motive im Werk des Dichters Hermann Ungar
89
Radko Kejzlar
Ibsen in Augsburg: Two German Premieres in a Provincial Theatre
98
Zdeněk Stříbrný
Ian Milner Octogenarian
103
Ian Milner
Bibliography of the Published Work of Associate Professor Ian Milner, M. A. (New Zealand), B. A. (Oxford), DrSc. (Prague) since 1986
105
Zdeněk Stříbrný
"His Life was Gentle" Obituary Tribute to Alois Bejblík (1926-1990)
107
Martin Procházka
In Memoriam Dr Jaroslav Hornát
109
Review of Colin Gibson
Art and Society in the Victorian Novel
Macmillan Studies in Victorian Literature. Basingstoke and London: The Macmillan Press Ltd., 1989. xiv + 210 pp.
→ Martin Procházka, Art and Society in the Victorian Novel
111
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