Intercultural Perspectives / Perspectives interculturelles is an academic periodical run by the Department of English Language and Literature within the Faculty of Letters of Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi. Published by Alexandru Ioan Cuza University Press, it aims to promote the best papers presented at the International Symposium for Students and Young Researchers Interculturalia.

It includes papers from various interrelated fields, e.g. cultural studies, literary criticism, linguistics, translation, and it aims to encourage young researchers to make their ideas known and produce quality contributions to the studies in their areas of concern.

Alexandru Ioan Cuza University Press
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ISSN: 2668‐3369
ISSN-L: 2668‐3369
ISSN: 2668-3520 online

Vol. 2 (2020): Hybridity and diversity in language and culture. Issues of intercultural entrepreneurship

Issue editors: Dana Bădulescu, Teodora Ghivirigă, Florina Năstase   Table of contents Table des matières  

FOREWORD (p. 7)

CULTURE, SOCIETY, ART: CONTEMPORARY DEBATES
CULTURE, SOCIÉTÉ, ART : DÉBATS CONTEMPORAINS

Violence and Consumerism in J.G. Ballard’s Kingdom Come (p. 17)
Tatiana COȚOFAN

“The Horror and the Flies”: Violent Encounters with the Other in Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness and Tim O'Brien's In the Lake of the Woods (p. 27)
Adina DRAGOȘ

Building Stories: The Relationship between Character and Place in Eshkol Nevo’s Contemporary Polyphonic Novel Homesick (p. 37)
Baraah Abed ELHAI

The Selfie Phenomenon and the Creation of a New Identity (p. 61)
Evelina-Iulia HRECENIUC (CÎRDEI)

Luther, Erasmus... and Zombies (p. 71)
Andrei NEGUȚ

Spying as an Act of Self–Discovery in Vladimir Nabokov’s Pale Fire and Florian Henckel Von Donnersmarck’s The Lives of Others (p. 83)
Raluca Ștefania PELIN

Caged Birds Who Sang: Visual and Poetic Ways of Dealing with Society-Imposed Constraints (p. 93)
Diana PÎȘLAC

Benjamin Fundoianu – Culture and Shaping One’s Identity (p. 101)
Ştefana Gabriela SÎRBU

CRITICAL THEORY IN LITERARY STUDIES AND BEYOND
LA THÉORIE CRITIQUE DANS LES ÉTUDES LITTÉRAIRES ET D’AUTRES DISCIPLINES

A Rhizomatic Analysis of Poetry: Lawrence Ferlinghetti‘s ‘The Airplane’ (p. 111)
Constantin ILAȘ

Posthumanism in The Last Rabbit by Emma Donoghue (p. 121)
Florina NĂSTASE

M.H. Abrams’ Critical Mechanisms (p. 129)
Cătălin NICOLAU

“Florence Nightingale was A Cannibal, You Know”: Hyperreality and Consuming Bodies in Margaret Atwood’s The Edible Woman (p. 137)
Laura STOICA

APPLIED LINGUISTICS & TRANSLATION STUDIES
LINGUISTIQUE APPLIQUÉE & TRADUCTOLOGIE

Nabokov’s Palette: Blue and its Shades in the Writer’s Autobiographical Prose (p. 149)
Arina CHIRILĂ

Feminist Ideology and Misogynistic Undertones in Translated Literature: John Donne's Song and Anne-Marie Alonzo's Rituel (p. 161)
Alexandra-Maria VRÎNCEANU

TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (TEFL)
ENSEIGNER L’ANGLAIS COMME LANGUE ÉTRANGÈRE

The Etymology of the English Language and the Latin influence (p. 173)
Fellipe SOARES

Teacher Trainee Metalinguistic Awareness: An Essential Component of Teacher Language Awareness (p. 181)
Jackie TEPLITZ

Published: 2020-05-15

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