Vol. 35, 2020

 

Vol. 35, 2020

Contents

Editor’s Note: Welcome to the New Millennium
ANA RAQUEL FERNANDES 1

The Destruction of Nationalism in Twenty-First
Century Canadian Apocalyptic Fiction
MATTHEW CORMIER 5

Sea Imagery in Hala Alyan’s Salt Houses
YOUSEF AWAD 23

“I Have This Kind of Grief for the Earth”: A.S. Byatt’s
Ecopoetics in Ragnarök, “Thoughts on Myth”
and “Sea Story”
ALEXANDRA CHEIRA 44

You’re an Orphan When Science Fiction Raises You
JENNI G. HALPIN 68

“Catastrophically Romantic”: Radical Inversions of Gilbert
and Gubar’s Monstrous Angel in Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl
ASHLEY E. CHRISTENSEN 86

Mystified Life: Joyce Carol Oates’ Adaptation of
Wonderland
RATHINASAMY NAGALAKSHMI &
KULAMANGALAM THIAGARAJAN TAMILMANI 111

Becoming a Legend: Edna O’Brien and
Her Life-Long Journey
ZUZANNA ZAREBSKA 133

Transgression and Empowerment in
Sarah Hall’s Short Fiction
ANA RAQUEL FERNANDES 152

Reviews

Vanessa Guignery and Wojciech Drąg, eds. The Poetics of
Fragmentation in Contemporary British and American Fiction
CORINA SELEJAN 173

Kathleen Gallagher and Jonothan Neelands, eds.
Drama and Theatre in Urban Contexts
DIANA BENEA 177

Olivia Chirobocea-Tudor. History and Fiction in
American Postmodernist Novels: Kurt Vonnegut,
Joseph Heller and Thomas Pynchon
RALUCA-NICOLETA ROGOVEANU 183

Notes on Contributors 187

Call for Papers 192

Call for Membership 197