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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 04/2016 available now!

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Volume 64.4 (2016)

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  • Doris Lechner, “‘And am I thus rewarded?’ The Rejected Hero and the Raped Heroine in Mary Pix’s Ibrahim
  • Tim Sommer, “Deceptive Signification: Walter Scott, Ivanhoe, and Eighteenth-Century Hermit Discourse”
  • Ronald Paul, “Culture and the Working-Class: Lee Hall’s Billy Eliot and The Pitmen Painters
  • Mauricio D. Aguilera-Linde, “Saroyan’s Travel Memories: Contesting National Identities for Armenian-Americans”
  • Danica Čerče, “The Relevance of Ideology in Reading Steinbeck’s East of Eden in Slovenia”
  • Birgit Neumann, “Postcolonial Ekphrasis and Counter-Visions in Derek Walcott’s Tiepolo’s Hound – Contacts, Contests and Translations