Vol. 7, Nos. 1–2 (2016)


The Specters of the Unspoken Past: Trauma in Graham Swift’s Wish You Were Here
Petr Chalupský

The American Dream in Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Evan Oxman

Racism and Fascism in Roger Corman’s Film Adaptation of Charles Beaumont’s The Intruder
Constante González Groba

Consonant but Dissonant to the (S)core: The Neo-Victorian “Afterings” of Sherlock Holmes’s Violin and Issues of Genre in the Sherlock Holmes Films by Guy Ritchie
Francesca Battaglia

Paul Valéry, Chuck Miller: An Imaginary Encounter, or, Two Ways of Looking at Poetry
Vincent Dussol

Historical Interview

“A pimple on the nose of history”: An Interview with Arthur Miller at the World Congress of the International PEN Club, Prague, November 7, 1994
Josef Jařab


Writing on the Edge: Paratexts in Narrative Cinema, by Johannes Mahlknecht
(reviewed by Barbara Szot)

Spoiler Alert! Mind-Tricking Narratives in Contemporary Hollywood Film, by Cornelia Klecker
(reviewed by Elizabeth Woock)

Re-Imagining Nature’s Nation: Native American and Native Hawaiian Literature, Environment, and Empireby Claudia Deetjen
(reviewed by Hana Sobotková)

Where is History Today? New Ways of Representing the Pastby Marcel Arbeit and Ian Christie
(reviewed by Erik S. Roraback)