MLS

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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Editorial Staff

Editorial Staff MLS is edited and produced in the Department of English & Creative Writing at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA. Staff Editor Laurence Roth Creative Director Mark Fertig Associate […]

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Subscriptions

MLS Subscriptions The only way for individuals to subscribe to MLS is to become a member of NeMLA, which offers many other benefits in addition to the journal. Institutions: $65.00 […]

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42.2 Winter 2013

Trevor Cook brings us the correspondence of Harold Bloom and Northrop Frye | Nadia Nurhussein examines dialect in ‘Sleeping with the Dictionary’ | Fiction from Hilary Plum and five peomes by Zach Savich | Betsy A. Bowen and Sally O’Driscoll take on the relationship between comp and lit | Four reviews | NeMLA notes

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42.1 Summer 2012

Betina Entzminger interviews Louis Bayard | Jacqueline Foertsch looks at interracial sex and survival in post-nuclear films | Stories galore from Jaime Warburton and Noel Sloboda | Karen Cardozo looks at life after tenure | Five great reviews

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41.2 Winter 2012

41.2 (Winter 2012) Articles: Mexico and Weimar’s Anti-Authoritarian Socialist Imagination: Storytelling, Working, and “Unworking” in B. Traven Martin Kley “Die lange blutige Literatursitzung:” Veit Miiller’s Interrogation of the Writing Process […]

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40.1 Summer 2010

40.1 (Summer 2010) Articles: “‘This Hideous Drama of Revivification’: Poe’s Fiction and Reprint Culture” Carl Ostrowski “The Wisdom of Anne Bradstreet: Eschewing Eve and Emulating Elizabeth” Jacqueline Foertsch Profession & […]

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38.2 Winter 2009

38.2 (Winter 2009) Collaborations: NeMLA at 40 Collaborating with History: Nineteenth-Century African American (Auto)biography “Introduction and Acknowledgments” Jason Haslam “‘The Poets are With Us’: Frederick Douglass and John Milton” Melissa […]

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38.1 Summer 2008

38.1 (Summer 2008) Articles: “Christopher Isherwood and Virginia Woolf: Diaries and Fleeting Impressions of Fascism” Judy Suh “Inquisitorial Theatrics and Errant Subjects in Don Quixote” Ryan Prendergast “Torture, Modern Experience, […]

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37.1 Summer 2007

37.1 (Summer 2007) Articles: “The Sociology of Thackeray’s “Howling Wilderness”: Selfishness, Secrecy and Performance in Vanity Fair” Leila S. May Profession & Pedagogy: “Untranslatable? Making American Literature in Translation Digital” […]

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