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Vol. 4, No. 1 (Spring 2013)

Articles

James Fenimore Cooper as a Western Author and the 1920 Film Adaptation of The Last of the Mohicans
Michal Peprník

“I Will Pay That Price as a Poet to Speak My Truth”: Feminism, Activism, and the Historical Moment of Ntozake Shange’s for colored girls
Christopher Tucker

Playing in the Dark and Dirt: Dorothy Allison’s Bastard out of Carolina and Tomboyism in the American South
Veronika Klusáková

Translation and Therapy: Susan Howatch’s St Benet’s Trilogy
Suzanne Bray

The Sense(s) of Place in British Columbian and Californian Nature Writing
Petr Kopecký

Men of Honor: William Alexander Percy and Ernest Hemingway as Gentlemen Soldiers
Clara Juncker

Reviews

A Century under the Spirit of Mark Twain, 1910–2010, edited by Ramona Demarcsek, Minodora Barbul, and Ligia Tomoiagă
(reviewed by Dana Straková)

Jewishness as Humanism in Bernard Malamud’s Fiction, by Michaela Náhliková
(reviewed by Alena Smiešková)