Volume I. (1993)

Utolsó módosítás: 2015. október 09.

Contents
Studies
Csaba Czeglédi: On Constative and Performative Utterances
László Dányi: Belonging and Pespective: An Interpretation of Two Native American Short Stories
Péter Egri: From the British Grotesque To the American Absurd: the Dramatist's Dilemma
Anna Jakabfi: Regionalism and the Surgeon Figure in Hugh MacLennan's Fiction
Judit Kádár: Hugh MacLennan's Complex Narrative Technique in His Last Novel
Donald E. Morse: "Why Not You?": Kurt Vonnegut's Dept to The Book of Job
András Tarnóc: The Politics of a Cast-Iron Man. John C. Calhoun and His Views on Government
András Tarnóc: "Jefferson Still Survives"
Lehel Vadon: Henry Wasdworth Longfellow in Hungary
Zsolt Virágos: Some Observations on Myth and 'Practical' Pragmatism in American Culture

Book Reviews
Mária Barta: In Memoriam László Országh. Vadon, Lehel, Ed. Emlékkönyv Országh Lászó tiszteletére. Eger, Hungary: Eszterházy Károly Tanárképző Főiskola nyomdája, 1993. 405 pp.
John C. Cahlberg: August Heckscher: Woodrow Wilson. Macmillan, 1991. 734 pp.
László Dányi: Studies in English and American Culture. Proceedings of the Conference on English and American Studies, Eger, 1989. 338 pp. Edited by Lehel Vadon.
Donald E. Morse: "A Fighter for Righteous Causes Encounters Political Fashion." Review of Lehel Vadon, Upton Sinclair in Hungary. Eger: College Press, 1993. 125 pp.
András Tarnóc: Robert Hughes: Culture of Complaint. Oxford University Press, 1993. 203 pp.

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