Eger Journal of American Studies

 

Volume X., 2007 (.pdf)

 

Contents

Studies

Stephanie Bangarth: Migrating Magyars and Canadian Inclusiveness: Responses of the State and Voluntary Organizations to the Hungarian Refugees, 1956–1958

Anna Jakabfi: A Criminal Story Enigma in Canadian Fiction: Rudy Wiebe’s The Mad Trapper (1980)

Judit Ágnes Kádár: Archie, Who Are You Fooling, Anyway?— Fluid Narrative and Identity in Armand Garnet Ruffo’s Grey Owl: The Mystery of Archibald Belaney (1996).

Krisztina Kodó: Connecting Cultures on the Irish and Canadian Stage

Anna R. Kroutl-Helal: Straight and Gay Encounters in Canada: Sexual Orientation Seen as Losing Significance as New Legal Reality Takes Root

Katalin Kürtösi: Small Communities of Artists Paving the Road to Modernism: Canadian and Hungarian Case Studies

George Melnyk: Urbanity in Postmodern Canadian Cinema: Denys Arcand’s Jésus de Montréal

Judit Molnár: Michael Ondaatje’s Running to and away from Sri Lanka

Judit Nagy: Cultural Encounters on the Canvas: European Influences on Canadian Landscape Painting 1867–1890

Mária Palla: East Meets West: An Intercultural Reading of Judith Kalman’s and Shauna Singh Baldwin’s Short Stories

J. Terry Rolfe: Cultural Exchange: Another Canada–US Continental Divide over Liberalism

Péter Szaffkó: Central European Theatre and the Canadian Theatre Review: The First Decade

Éva Zsizsmann: Places and Imagined Communities in Ondaatje’s Running in the Family

 

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