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ZAA (Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik) is a reviewed quarterly that covers all areas of English Studies: literature, culture, and language. This homepage offers you a glimpse at current affairs as well as an overview of its publishing history from 2004 onwards, of submission requirements and organisational structures.

Latest issue ZAA 04/2017 available now!

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Volume 65.4 (2017)

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  • Andreas Mahler, “Tellabilities  – Diatopic/Diachronic: Where and When a Story is Worth Telling and When and Where It Is Not.”
  • Martin Simonson, Paradox in the Woods: The Twin Destiny of Elves and Men in the Forests of Beleriand.”
  • Stefan L. Brandt, “History, Time, and Lived Experience in Toni Morrison’s Beloved (1987), Jazz (1992), and Paradise (1997).”
  • Katarina Labudova, “Cooking and Eating Your Own Stories: (Metaphorical) Cannibalism in Margaret Atwood’s The Robber Bride.”
  • Walter Kluge, “Alice Munro and ‘Alternate Realities’.”
  • Book Reviews
  • Books Received