Now showing items 1-5 of 5
The Pleasures and Horrors of Eating: The Cultural History of Eating in Anglophone Literature
Browsing through books and TV channels we find people pre-occupied with eating, cooking and competing with chefs. Eating and food in today’s media have become a form of entertainment and art. A survey of literary history ...
Unreliable Narration im dramatischen Monolog des Viktorianismus: Konzepte und Funktionen
Diese Studie beschäftigt sich mit dem dramatischen Monolog des Viktorianismus. Der Fokus liegt dabei auf dem narrativen Phänomen des unzuverlässigen Erzählens, das diese besondere Gattung der Lyrik kennzeichnet. Die Autorin ...
Who’s afraid of...?: Facets of Fear in Anglophone Literature and Film
Fear in its many facets appears to constitute an intriguing and compelling subject matter for writers and screenwriters alike. The contributions address fictional representations and explorations of fear in different genres ...
Rushing Into Floods: Staging the Sea in Restoration and Early Eighteenth-Century English Drama
The dramatic representation of maritime spaces, characters and plots in Restoration and early eighteenth-century English theatres served as a crucial discursive negotiation of a burgeoning empire. This study focuses on ...
Darkness Subverted: Aboriginal Gothic in Black Australian Literature and Film
At the heart of the Gothic novel proper lies the discursive binary of »self« and »other«, which in colonial literature was quickly filled with representations of the colonial master and his indigenous subject. Contemporary ...