50.2 Winter 2021
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NeMLA is Fifty! | Special Cluster: Riot on the American Cultural Stage | Poetry by Sebree and Crane | Part Two of Mara Rutherford’s Minotaur | NeMLA Notes
Special Cluster: Maps in Speculative Fiction | Ery Shin reads Nightwood | Poetry by K.C. Mead-Brewer | Serial Fiction: Mara Rutherford’s Minotaur, Part One.
Regina Martin on Keynes and Woolf | Tama Lea Engelking on Colette | Ilan Stavans’s 2017 Convention keynote | Poetry by Dora Malech | Reviews!
Cynthia Sloan on Inés Fernández Moreno’s La profesora de español | Madness and Its Cure in Shirley Jackson | Richard Jeffrey Newman with Attar | Poetry by BK Fischer | NeMLA Notes
Jacqueline M. Jones dives into August Wilson’s Gem of the Ocean | Rebecca L. Thompson takes a close look at Peruvian film and video | It’s Williams vs. Eliot with Gary Grieve-Carlson | Poetry by Natalia Andrievskikh | Six new reviews!
Alex Miller writes about and interviews George Saunders | Richard Grinnell makes the case for Sigurd F. Olson | Reviews galore! | NeMLA Notes, Awards, Fellowships, and a message from the president
In this issue we remember Amy Winans and Taylor Holloway-Brown | Special Roundtable: Trayvon Martin in Popular Culture | Julianne Newmark locates Gertrude and Raymond Bonnin in the nation’s capital | Robert Strong speaks arrows
Mihaela Harper sits down with Bulgarian Writer Kalin Terziyski | Victoria Muñoz on Margaret Tyler’s ‘Mirrour of Princely Deedes and Knighthood’ | Writing from Lindsey Drager, Travis Kurowski, and Marjorie Maddox | Book Reviews! | NeMLA notes
Ashley Nadeau on Virginia Woolf’s imperial revisions | Fiction by Rebecca Godwin | Josephine McQuail on contingent realities from women in the academy | Four new book reviews
June Dwyer on ‘The Story of Edgar Sawtelle’ | Rebecca Sanchez looks at language in ‘Winesburg, Ohio’ | Chase Pielak and Alexander Cohen take on zombies | Fiction and poetry from Louis Bury and G.C. Waldrep | Five new book reviews | NeMLA Notes.
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About Modern Language Studies Modern Language Studies was first published in February, 1971 by the Officers and Executive Council of the Northeast Modern Language Association. Its first Editor was Frederick M. Burelbach, […]
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