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Publikációs listám 2 rész.

2008.11.11

·                    Publikációim 2. rész

 

31. “The Realms of Gold: A Little Treasury of World Literature,” in: World Literature in Translation,  14–70

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·                    32. “An Interpretation of Remy de Gourmont’s ‘Hair’” in: World Literature in Translation,  73–73

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·                    33. “My Little Sister Is Betrothed to Sorrow,” (translation) in: World Literature in Translation, 31–32

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·                    34. “Virginia Wolf Debut,” Courier Freeman, June 1966. Több példány

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·                    35. “Children Belong to the Motherly,” The Watertown Times,” January 1967

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·                    36. “Hungarian Literature,” The New Catholic Encyclopedia, Vol. VII, 244–46, McGraw Hill, 1967

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·                    37. “H.M.S. Pinafore,” Courier Freeman, March 16, 1967

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·                    38. “Candy and Candide,” Courier Freeman, Sept. 26. 1968  28-29

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·                    39 “Rosemary s Controversial Baby- Insult to Catholics? Courier-Freeman Sept. 26. 1968 28

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·                    40. “Rosemary’s Baby: The Movie and the Book,” in: Film as Literature, ed. A. Donovan, 1969

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·                    41.”Witchcraft in Manhattan,” Newsletter of the Conference on Christianity and Literature, 1969 18-24.

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·                    42. “Black and White: The Archetypal Myth and Its Development,” in: Literature and Religion: William Styron and The Confessions of Nat Turner. ed. Nancy M. Tischler, 1969. MS only

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·                    43. “Black and White: The Archetypal Myth and Its Development,” The Barat Review, Spring/Summer 1971, v. 6. 1, 12–19 Több példány

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·                    44. “The Last Chance,” in”: Twenty-Seven to One, ed. Bradford B. Broughton, 1970.(was translated into Hungarian by Antal Ijjas) 164-172. (Intro.notes MS. Több példány)

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·                    45. “Some: An Examination of the Religious Tenets in The Eighth Day,” in: Literature and Religion: Thornton Wilder’s The Eighth Day ,” ed. Paul Schlueter, 1970 1-11.

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·                    46. Literature and Religion: Albee and Beckett, Potsdam, 1971, Clarkson Coll, ed. Dalma H. Brunauer  Több  példány

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·                    47. “The Theater of the Absurd: A Religious Quest in Our Age,” in: Literature and Religion: Albee and Beckett,   1-10

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·                    48. “Edward Newhouse,” Contemporary Novelists, ed. James Vinson, New York: St. Martin’s Press,1972, 938-940  Több példány

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·                    49. “Creative Faith in Wilder’s The Eighth Day,” Renascence, Vol.XXV No.1 Autumn, 1972 Több példány

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·                    50. “Worshiping the Bear-God,” in: Literature and Religion: Faulkner, MLA 1972 MS.

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·                    51.”Worshiping the Bear-God,” Christianity and Literature, XXIII. 3, (Spring, 1974), 7–35 Több példány

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·                    52.”Willa Cather in Hungary,” in: The Art of Willa Cather, ed. Bernice Slote and Virginia Faulkner, Lincoln, Neb., Univ. of Nebraska Press, 1974, 101–102 Több példány

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·                    54.Willa Cather 18731973, Dalma H. Brunauer and David Stouck, ed., Chicago, MLA 1973

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·                    55. “The Blindness He Has Cherished: The Problem of the Point of View in A Lost Lady,” in: Willa Cather 1873–1973, Brunauer and Stouck, MLA 1973

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·                    56.”Myra Henshawe’s Mortal Enemy,” with June D. Klamecki, in: Willa Cather and American Culture, MLA, 1974

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·                    57.”Myra Henshawe’s Mortal Enemy,” with June D. Klamecki, Christianity and Literature, 25,  1, (Fall 1975) 7–40

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·                    58. “The Problem of Point of View in A Lost Lady,” Renascence, Vol. XXXVIII No.1 Autumn, 1975. 47-52. 

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·                    59. “Thornton Wilder and Our Town - - Potsdam,” CourierFreeman, (Dec. 30., 1975), 1

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·                    60. “A Day with Edmund Wilson,” Prairie Schooner, Vol.49. Number 4, (Winter 1975–76) 343–352 Több példány

 

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