Vol. 37, 2021

Vol. 37, 2021

Contents

 

Scottish Literature: Representing the Nation in the Age
of the Post-National
PETRONIA POPA-PETRAR    

“Daft naff Scottish things”:
Stuff, Waste and Memory Objects in Jackie Kay’s Trumpet

CARMEN BORBELY 

The Future as a Scenario of Hospitality in Ali Smith’s
There But For The

ANDREI BOGDAN POPA     

“In came the self-evident and luminous little mess”:
Ethical Life Writing in Muriel Spark’s Loitering with Intent

PETRONIA POPA-PETRAR

 Violence, Innocence and Redemption in
Irvine Welsh’s Chemical Mythos
ANDREI-CĂLIN ZAMFIRESCU    

The Battle Within and the Battle Without:
The Posthuman Worldview of Ken MacLeod’s The Corporation Wars Trilogy

INDRAJIT PATRA     

Modernism, Postmodernism and the Nature of the Times:
A Conversation with Randall Stevenson
ADRIANA NEAGU  

Postcards

Homes for Canadians (II)
DAVID BRIAN HOWARD 

Reviews

Daniela Rogobete. Scotland and Scottishness: From Tradition to Modernity
DRAGOȘ IVANA   

Scott Hames. The Literary Politics of Scottish Devolution: Voice, Class, Nation
RALUCA-GEORGIANA DEACONEASA  

 Jan Alber and Brian Richardson, eds. Unnatural Narratology: Extensions, Revisions, and Challenges
ADA BELEUȚĂ

Susan Watkins. Contemporary Women’s Post-Apocalyptic Fiction
ANA-KARINA SCHNEIDER 

Peter Martin. The Dictionary Wars: The American Fight over the English Language
ADRIANA NEAGU 

 

 

Notes on Contributors 181

 

 

Call for Papers 185

 

Call for Membership   188