Vol. 5, No. 1 (Spring 2014)


A Literary Genealogy: Faulkner, García Márquez, and Mo Yan
M. Thomas Inge

Paul Robeson’s Ambiguous Film Legacy
Paul Von Blum

The Cognitive Model of the Vampire and Its Accommodation in the Twentieth Century
Ivan Čipkár

Lesbian, Bisexual and Trans Identities in Orange Is the New Black
Michaela Weiss

An American Maqama: Interweaving East and West in Ameen Rihani’s The Book of Khalid
Zuzana Tabačková

“English, Female, Tourist”: Coping with Otherness in Janice Galloway’s Foreign Parts
Markéta Gregorová


“Lack of imagination breeds all sorts of ills”: A Conversation with Fred Chappell
Marcel Arbeit


The Edinburgh Companion to James Kelman, edited by Scott Hames
(reviewed by Jan Horáček)

Prague English Studies and the Transformation of Philologies,
edited by Martin Procházka and Ondřej Pilný
(reviewed by Michal Peprník)