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8.15 Reading in Ruins

Volume: 8
Issue: 15
1998

Contents

Aleida Assmann , Martin Procházka
Introduction: Reading in Ruins
1
Aleida Assmann
"Ruin Hath Taught Me Thus to Ruminate": Literary Reflections on Ruins
5
Helena Znojemská
"The Ruin": A Reading of the Old English Poem
15
Monika Gomille
"Great Pan Is Not Dead, Then, After All": America’s Rome in the Mid-nineteenth Century
34
Martin Procházka
Ruins in the New World: Roanoke thru Los Angeles
44
Gabrielle Rippl
Colossal Wrecks: Percy Bysshe Shelley’s "Ozymandias" and Sylvia Plath’s "The Colossus"
58
Karolina Jeftic
Temporal Paradoxes: Ruins and Photography
72
Ondřej Pilný
The Conjuror of Ruins: Issues of Creation in Lanark and "The Circular Ruins"
81
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