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Vol 72, No 1 (2019): Mapping Critical Journeys in Literature, Film, and Cultural Studies Duas casas: A creative-critical commentary on Romeo and Juliet Abstract  PDF/A
Vol 70, No 1 (2017) Parody and the gas station in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet Abstract  PDF/A
Avital G. Cykman
Vol 70, No 1 (2017) Nadsat - the language of violence: from novel to film Abstract  PDF/A
Israel Alves Correa Noletto, Margareth Torres de Alencar Costa
Vol 73, No 2 (2020): The Irish Theatrical Diaspora From Kerry to Chiconcuac: Marie Jones’s Stones in His Pockets and Sabina Berman’s eXtras Abstract  PDF/A
Jacqueline E. Bixler
No 59 (2010) Going beyond "First Impressions": Jane Austen on the spotlight
Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
Carla Alexandra Ferreira
No 51 (2006) From emma to clueless: ironic representations of jane austen1 Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
Genilda Azerêdo
No 51 (2006) Is adaptation. Truly an adaptation? Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
Thais Flores Nogueira Diniz
No 58 (2010) Brian Friel: the master playwright
Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
Martine Pelletier
Vol 72, No 2 (2019): Literature and Translation The translations and adaptations into English of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries Abstract  PDF/A (Português (Brasil))
Daniel Padilha Pacheco da Costa
No 50 (2006) English across cultures: adapting to new realities Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
Valentyna Skybina
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