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The planet heals itself: The overkill of Homo sapiens in contemporary literature
Abstract Both in the perception of the academia and in the eyes of the public, the overflow of human civilisation on the Earth is considered potentially pernicious, not only for the planet but alsoExpand
Signification at its limits: Mark Haddon’s “The curious incident of the dog in the night- -time” and the narrative potential of graphic communication
The novel is narrated by Christopher, a teenage boy affected with an unspecified autistic disorder, whose vulnerability and social incompatibility result largely from his distinctive understanding ofExpand
The Hidden Gaze of the Other in Michael Haneke's Hidden
The Hidden Gaze of the Other in Michael Haneke's Hidden In his 2005 French production Hidden (Caché), Michael Haneke continues disturbing his audience with poignant and stirring images. When GeorgesExpand
Jeanette Winterson’s The Stone Gods as a Feminist Cyborg Story Cyborg Story
Jeanette Winterson’s 2007 novel The Stone Gods is an admonitory tale about human environmental irresponsibility: in a highly gendered narrative the novelist demonstrates how the patriarchalExpand
Narrative as Expiative Fantasy in Ian McEwan’s Atonement
The paper endeavours to analyse Ian McEwan’s self-reflexive novel with the theoretical apparatus provided by the psychoanalytic theory of Jacques Lacan. McEwan designs his novel as a fictitiousExpand