Comparative Criticism: Volume 24, Fantastic Currencies in Comparative Literature: Gothic to Postmodern

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E. S. Shaffer
Cambridge University Press, 2002 - 396 sider
Comparative Criticism addresses itself to questions of literary theory and criticism. This new volume considers 'Fantastic Currencies: money, modes, media' and contributions include: Credit Limit: Fiction and the surplus of belief; In Possession: person, money and exchange from 'Daphnis and Chloe' to 'Roger Ackroyd'; Christopher Marlowe: Iron and Gold; Jan Potocki and His Polish Milieu: the cultural context; The comic effect in The Manuscript found at Saragossa. The winning entries in the 2001 BCLA/BCLT translation competition are published and an invaluable Index to volumes 1-24 of Comparative Criticism.

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fiction and the surplus of belief
3
person money
15
iron and gold
37
Literature and translation
53
DOMINIQUE TRIAIRE The comic effect in The Manuscript Found
79
books in
99
on taking textual
111
YVES CITTON Potocki and the spectre of the postmodern
141
notes on Wojciech
193
the Western reception
214
Translation
255
BCLABCLT Translation Prizes 2001
283
CIRCE MAIA Selected Poems
303
Books and periodicals received
317
Bibliography of Jan Potocki
325
Index to Comparative Criticism volumes 124
347

ANNE GUERINCASTELL A film saved from the scissors
167

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