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Utah Foreign Language Review (UFLR), April 1999, volume IX, number 1

By editor Andreas Pichler


Utah Foreign Language Review (UFLR), April 1999, volume 9 number 1, 99 pages. Special Topic for this Issue: Trauma, Memory, Mourning. The Utah Foreign Language Review is published annually by the Publishing Council at the University of Utah and the Department of Languages and Literature. The Utah Foreign Language Review welcomes essays on the annually set topic in English or any other language. The journal is receptive to a variety of topics, whether general or specific, and to all scholarly methods and theoretical perspectives. The ideal Utah Foreign Language Review essay addresses a significant problem relevant to the annual topic, delineates research findings, and engages the reader through a concise and clear presentation. The Utah Foreign Language Review, run entirely by graduate students, welcomes submissions from scholars of all ranks. Articles of fewer than 2,500 words are not considered for publication; articles should not exceed a maximum of 20 pages. The Utah Foreign Language Review urges its contributors to be sensitive to the social implications of language and to strive for a wording free of discriminatory tones. The Creative Writing part of the Utah Foreign Language Review is meant to present inventive and artistic approaches to language. The creative writing portion of the journal does not have to, but may coincide with the annual topic. Cover: Para Nosotros, Angelicucha. David Alfaro Siqueiros. Courtesy: Sra. Maria de Lourdes Espejel L.TABLE OF CONTENTS: A Note from the Editor, Andreas Pichler. Articles "The Language of Lobotomy and Postmodern Discourse", by Terry Reilly. "Joyce Carol Oates' Black Water: Trauma in the Process", by Andrea Rohlfs Wright. "Autobiography and Fiction: Isabel Allende in/and Paula", by Isabel Dulfano. "Traumatic Narrative, Narrative Genre, and the Exigencies of Memory", by Brad Lucas. "The Inability of Aesthetic Mourning in La Belle Noiseuse", by Caroline Malassigne-Donnelly. "Sur l'absence et le deuil dans Albertine disparue de Marcel Proust", by Danielle Constantin. "Poetics of Loss, Poetics of Creation: A Reading of Mallarme's Une dentelle s'abolit", Scott Sprenger. "The Wounds of War: Flawed Fertility in Annie Vivanti Chartes's Vae Victis and H.D.'s Bid Me To Live", by Terry Phillips. Creative Writing: "Pepi and the Geniza of Split", by Marilyn Garber. "Her eyes were smiling", by Helga Hiss. "Miraval: The House You Lived In", by Colette Atkinson. "Ein Berliner", by Mark Bell. "White Plumtree: Late Spring, Shoptalk", by G. Timothy Gordan. "Uc Karakter Bir Insan", by Alev Ellington. "Color Like August, Peach Tree, James and the Good Lord Jesus", by Michael Navarre. Book Review: "Echoes of the Epic", David P. Schenk and Mary Jane Schenk, Editors. Review by Birgit BreitenbachOriginal scanned on Kirtas 2400 and saved as 400 ppi 8 bit greyscale jpeg. Display image generated in Kirtas Technologies' OCR Manager as multiple page pdf, and uploaded into CONTENT d

Topics: Language and languages -- Periodicals; Languages, Modern -- Periodicals; University of Utah. College of Humanities. Department of Languages and Literature
Publisher: Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Year: 1999
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