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7.13

Volume: 7
Issue: 13
1997

Contents

Mícheál MacCraith
"Dead Conventions… Most Persistent and Most Wearisome": A Reassessment of Gaelic Jacobite Verse
1
Soňa Nováková
"Fictions of Reconciliation": The Case of Maria Edgeworth’s Irish Tales
20
Ondřej Pilný
Cycling Round the Bend: Interpretation and Punishment in Flann O’Brien’s The Third Policeman
41
Jens Martin Gurr
"Bad Is the World, and All Will Come to Nought": History and Morality in More’s and Shakespeare’s Richard III
51
F. H. Mares
Antony and Cleopatra, Virgil, Spenser and "James the Great, Caesar Augustus"
79
Justin Quinn
Tennis Shoes and Thunder
97
Anna Grmelová
The Mythical Bohemian Count in D.H. Lawrence’s ‘The Ladybirď
101
Fábio Lucas
Luzes e Trevas de Minas Gerais do Século XVIII
110
Review of William Shakespeare
A Midsummer Night’s Dream / Sen noci svatojánské
Edited and translated by Martin Hilský. Prague: Torst, 1996. 290 pp.
→ Martin Procházka, The First Czech Dual-Language Edition of Shakespeare
115
Review of Milada Franková
Human Relationships in the Novels of Iris Murdoch
Brno: Masarykova Universita, 1995. 93 pp.
→ Anna Grmelová, Human Relationships in the Novels of Iris Murdoch
117
Review of Antonio De Lorenzi
Sequenze novecentesche
Modena: Mucchi Editore, 1996. 262 pp.
→ Jiří Pelán, Contributi udinesi al novecento letterario italiano
119
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