Utah Foreign Language Review [UFLR], Special Issue, Volume 1994-1995
Founding Editor, Bel-Ami Jean-Baptiste De Montreux, Honorary Editor-in-Chief Anthony Momperousee, Editor-in-chief Stephen Bamberger, Associate Editory Gabrielle M. Logan, Literary Editor Gloria Thomas-Gilmore, Managing Editor James R. Weckler, Administrative Editor Nathan B. Glissmeyer, Senior Editors Marni Lyn Anderson, Eva-Maria Bates, Cindy Brewer, Sarah B. Buchanan, Douglas W. Canfield, Samuel P. Dean, Nathalie Devloo, Amina Eperjesi, N.R. Goodman, Katrin Jaeger, Jonni J. McCrann, Warren S. Parkin, Marjorie Cadet-Gedeon, Gregg C. Roberts, Christina M. Schreiber, Patricia F. Voss, Michael J. Wood
Language and languages -- Periodicals; Languages, Modern -- Periodicals; University of Utah. College of Humanities. Department of Languages and Literature; Haiti--Poetry; Authors, Haitian
Volume 1994-1995, Utah Foreign Language Review, 352 pages. One topic of this issue is "The Greatest Haitian Poets and Writers", which includes examples of the work of several poets and writers from Haiti. At the beginning of each Haitian author/poet's work is a very brief biography. The Utah Foreign Language Review (UFLR) is published annually by the Department of Languages and Literature, University of Utah College of Humanities. The views expressed in the Utah Foreign Language Review are to be attributed to their authors and not the Review, its editors, the College of Humanities, the Department of Languages and Literature, or the University of Utah. The Utah Foreign Language Review welcomes submission of material relevant to the study of foreign languages. The Review focuses on literatures and civilizations; original research, translations, experiments in teaching, books or collections of original poems and short stories, critiques, interviews and annotated bibliographies. In addition, the Review is interested in other written communications that might be of interest to readers of a contemporary scholarly journal. Manuscript may be written in languages whose alphabetical characters can be transcribed on the currently available Macintosh programs. Otherwise, contact the editor directly to make other arrangements.
Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS: "From Felix Morisseau-Leroy to Josaphat Robert Large : The Greatest Haitian Poets and Writers of the True Modernism Period", presented by WHILLIAM GLOVER CUNNINGHAM, Ph.D. "Early Readers of Chretien de Troyes", by Stephen Steele. "Dialogizitat Und Dialoge in Wolfram Von Eschenbach's Parzival", by Josef Glowa. "Die Rolle Des Weiblichen in Hermann Hesse' Narcissus Und Goldmund", by Hella Jacob. "Verschleierungen: Die Asthetik Der Kodifizierung in Wilhelm Meister's Traumen", by Katrin Jaeger. "Present Absence: The Mother Figure in Cesar Vallejo's Poetry", by Lara Walker. "O Pandamatwr Cronoj in Simonides 531P", by Robert D. Luginbill. "Julia Voznesenskaia's The Womens' Decameron" From the Soviet Era to the Present", by Mikhail Pozin. "Всех Живущих Прижизненный Друг /О Борисе Чичибабине", by Grigory Roytman. "Apprenti Feministe / Apprenti Du Statu Quo: Les Traces D'Irigaray dans les Ruines du Cid, Et Les Ruines de la Femme dans les Traces D'Horace", by Douglas W. Canfield. "In Der Falle", "Das Ende Vom Lied", by Josef Glowa. Selected Poetry by Mikkel Vause. Book Review: "Territoires: Saint-John Kauss se Revele Grand Pretre de la Poesie du Genre Surplurealiste", by Bel-Ami de Montreux. Literary Profile: La Carriere Poetique de Saint-John Kauss, by Joseph Ferdinand; "From Felix Morisseau-Leroy to Josaphat Robert Large : The Greatest Haitian Poets and Writers of the True Modernism Period", presented by WHILLIAM GLOVER CUNNINGHAM, Ph.D.
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Felix Morisseau-LeRoy, Clement Magloire-Saint-Aude, Jan Mapou, Gerard Campfort, Roland Morisseau, Jose DeLuy, Pye Banbou, Marlene Apollon, Saint John Kauss, Jean Max Calvin, Dany LaFerriere, Jacques Stephen Alexis, Gary Klang, Paul Laraque, Georges Castera Fils, Raymond Philoctete, Jacqueline Beauge-Rosier, Jean Metellus, Anthony Phelps, Rene Belance, Jean-Claude Charles, Christophe Charles, Gerard Etienne, Marie Chauvet, Jacques Roumain, Bel-Ami de Montreux, Joel Des Rosiers, Jean Fernand Brierre, Serge LeGagneur, Roger Dorsinville, Rene Philoctete, Franketienne, Rene DePestre, Lyonel Trouillot, Jean-Claude Fignole, Michel-Ange Hyppolite, Jeanine Tavernier, Emile Ollivier, Edwidge Danticat, Josaphat Robert Large
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