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Latest issue ZAA 04/2019 available now!

67.04

Volume 67.4 (2019)
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  • Katarzyna Sokolowska, “Challenging the Modern Subject in Joseph Conrad’s ‘The Planter of Malata.’”
  • Wieland Schwanebeck, “A Self-Made Man: Hard Times and the Dickensian Impostor.”
  • Eike Kronshage, “Weimar Wallace: Three Early German Screen Adaptations of Novels by Edgar Wallace.”
  • Moritz Bareiß, “Kazuo Ishiguro’s Authoritarian Narrators: An Artist of the Floating World, The Remains of the Day, Never Let Me Go, and the Authoritarian Personality.”
  • Dagmara Drewniak, “Migrant Voices in the Polish Classroom: Canadian Literature on the Tertiary Level of Education.”
  • Martin Stegmaier, “‘If you’re not already writing, stop!’: An Interview with Michael Tolkin.”