Vol. 5, No. 2 (Fall 2014)


Travels into History: Ernest J. Gaines’s African-American Odyssey in The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman
Gérald Préher

The Sneaky Victory of a Genre: The Story of One Czech Western
Petr Bilík

“Becoming Anglicised?” The Increasing Importance of English Characters in the Exile Novels of Arthur Koestler and Robert Neumann
Matthias Weßel

Pound of the Beats: On Allen Ginsberg’s and Lawrence Ferlinghetti’s Image of Ezra Pound
Jakub Guziur

The Inhuman in Paris and Mississippi: Mapping the Real Estate of Genre in Barry Hannah’s Yonder Stands Your Orphan
Brad Vice

Historical Interview

“Don’t Believe a Word of It”: A Conversation with William Gass at Viola, Prague, August 1, 1995
Josef Jařab

Book Reviews

Science Fiction: A Guide for the Perplexed, by Sherryl Vint
(reviewed by Juraj Bakoš)

The Health of the Nation, edited by Meldan Tanrisal and Tanfer Emin Tunç
(reviewed by Ivan Čipkár)