Critical Survey (Vol. 34, Issue 3)

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The latest issue of Critical Survey has published!

 

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Volume 34, Issue 3

 

Articles

Harold Bloom and William Shakespeare: The ‘Saints of Repetition’ and the Towers of Babel

Taoufiq Sakhkhane

https://bit.ly/3So1zqN

 

The Cultural Transformation of the Trope of the Renegade in Late Seventeenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century English Drama: John Dryden’s Don Sebastian and Frederick Reynolds’s The Renegade

Hussein A. Alhawamdeh

https://bit.ly/3bz6ftk

 

Susan Abulhawa’s Appropriation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet

Yousef Abu Amrieh

https://bit.ly/3JtbLun

 

‘Besmeared with Sluttish Time’: Resisting Lateness or Trying to in Sir Thomas Wyatt’s Poetry

Mohamed Salah Eddine Madiou

https://bit.ly/3zmJ2m0

 

‘Failed Feminism’: Anne Tyler’s Vinegar Girl in the Chinese Market

Yingjie Duan and Junwu Tian

https://bit.ly/3By6EqK

 

Manipulation of Theatrical Audience Size: Non-existent Plays and Murderous Lenders

Anna Faktorovich

https://bit.ly/3vBbxvt

 

‘A Scorneful Image of this Present World’: Translating and Mistranslating Erasmus’s Words in Henrician England

Luca Baratta

https://bit.ly/3ORi2kl

 

‘Moving back and forth of the I’: Parasite and Para-site in Beckett’s The Unnamable

Jagannath Basu and Jayjit Sarkar

https://bit.ly/3JvaVNK

 

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