Vol 16, No 2 (2022)

Memory and Literature

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Table of Contents


Introduction: Relations between Literary Theory and Memory Studies FULL TEXT
Urania Milevski, Lena Wetenkamp
Mimesis of Remembering FULL TEXT
Michael Basseler, Dorothee Birke
Plotting Memory. What Are We Made to Remember When We Read Narrative Texts? FULL TEXT
Manuel Mühlbacher
The Concept of Liminality as a Theoretical Tool in Literary Memory Studies: Liminal Aspects of Memory in Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children FULL TEXT
Claudia Mueller-Greene
Inherited Revolution. Narratives in Transgenerational Memory Transfer FULL TEXT
Ana de Almeida, Christian Wimplinger
Shared Histories in Multiethnic Societies: Literature as a Critical Corrective of Cultural Memory Studies FULL TEXT
Monika Albrecht


Defining Migration Writing FULL TEXT
Joanna Kosmalska
Lyric Poetry and the Disorientation of Empathy FULL TEXT
Wit Pietrzak