The online journal continues the tradition of the Annali di Ca’ Foscari, which were founded in 1962. It is an expression of the Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, and its aim is to represent the different disciplinary areas of the Department, which range from literary and philological studies to linguistics, language teaching, and historical studies. The geographical area covered extends from Europe to the Americas and the postcolonial world. Contributions can be made in any of the languages relating to this area, as well as in Italian and English. All contributions are subject to a double-blind peer review. The new version of the Annals welcomes essays, reviews and notes by qualified Italian and foreign scholars, and is particularly interested in the work of new and young scholars (postdocs, graduate students, graduates) as well as by established academics. Combining interdisciplinarity with attention to the specificities of the cultural areas which fall within its remit, the Annali occidentali – which are published annually – offer a lively and enriching space for discussion and dialogue.
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VOLUME 53 (2019) - Contents
Über Dichter, Proletarier und Apachen. Walter Benjamin über die Sozialliteratur
Incontro con la scrittura di Doron Rabinovici. Un prologo e un’intervista [Interview auf Deutsch]
Daniel P. Grau
Joan F. Mira: «Des de la finestra veig Europa»
Invenzione e identità nel gesuitismo
«She hangs on the western wall». Breaking the Myth of the Renaissance in Thomas Pynchon’s V.
«Ce que j’ai fait de votre tragédie». Et les chiens se taisaient entre écriture, réécriture et traduction
Shaping the Soviet Mass Reader, Moulding Italian Literature. Publishing Strategies in the URSS between Thaw and Stagnation
Téa Obreht e Sara Nović: l’esotico alla balcanica
Entre experimentalismo e representatividade. As variantes de Amar, Verbo Intransitivo
A Sisters’ World: Reasons of the South and Domestic Whispers in Grace King’s Memories of a Southern Woman of Letters
Sergi Serra Adsuara
El llindar dels títols en l’assagisme periodístic de Joan F. Mira