English Literature

Theories, Interpretations, Contexts
     topic: cultures of eurasia and the americas   literatures  
  • e-ISSN 2420-823X
  • Periodicity annual
  • Permalink doi.org
  • Language en, it
  • Anvur class A 10L1,10F4
Aims & Scope

English Literature. Theories, Interpretations, Contexts was founded within the National Association of Teachers of English Studies (ANDA) in 2014. Presently, the journal is run by an independent board of scholars in English literature. It provides room for a critical analysis of issues and themes concerning English literature, also in a comparative view. The journal wants to promote a multidisciplinary approach to literature, to its relations with the various fields of knowledge, with culture, society, science, and the arts. It is also proposed as a privileged place for the discussion of the tools and strategies used by literature, according to various theoretical perspectives. The journal promotes the discussion and exchange of ideas among researchers, teachers and young scholars at both an international and national level.


Latest published issue
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David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest Turns 25 | Children’s Literature and Political Correctness

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Language: en, it

Published: March 16, 2022

abstract

Infinite Jest, David Foster Wallace’s most famous book, published on February 1, 1996, turned 25 in 2021. In its first section, this special issue celebrates the novel’s silver anniversary with six fresh re-readings by prominent Wallace readers. The second section deals with the theme ‘transgression vs the politically correct’ in children’s literature. 

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