Eger Journal of American Studies

 

Volume XIV., 2014 (.pdf)

 

 

Contents

Essays

Tibor Frank: The America of World’s Fairs and Expositions Through Hungarian Eyes 1876–1939

Péter Gaál-Szabó: “Mold[ing] people of all colors into one vast family:” Malcolm X and Interculturation

Jack Judson: Lincoln: An Alternative View

Dr. Shaju Nalkara Ouseph–Dr. Ghurmallh Al Ghamdi: Changing Roles of the Translator as Reflected in the Post-modern Discourse on Translation

Zoltán Peterecz: American Exceptionalism in Presidential Rhetoric

András Tarnóc: The Narrative of James Albert Gronniosaw: A Study in Reverse Acculturation

Zoltán Vajda: Sentimental Ambiguities and the American Founding: The Double Origins of Political Sympathy in The Federalist Papers

Renáta Zsámba: Transforming the American Hard-Boiled Hero: Linda, the Tough Female Sleuth in Socialist Hungary

Book Reviews


Zoltán Peterecz: “Staying away from Europe by Playing Its Rules of Conduct” Eliga H. Gould: Among the Powers of the Earth: The American Revolution and the Making of a New World Empire. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2012, 344 pp.

András Tarnóc:" Voices from Sorrow’s Kitchen" Péter-Gaál Szabó: “Ah done been tuh de horizon and back” Zora Neale Hurston’s Cultural Spaces in Their Eyes Were Watching God and Jonah’s Gourd Vine. Peter Lang GmbH 2011, 134 pp.

 

 

 

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