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the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. In addition to American Studies his fields of interest are the contemporary American novel, Irish literature and culture, human spatiality and the new economic criticism. He has published three books: Nietzsche i Yeats (1989), Ispisivanje Prostora: Čitanje suvremenog američkog romana (Writing Space: Reading the Contemporary American Novel, 2000) and Kažnjavanje forme: irsko pjesništvo poslije Yeatsa (Punishing Form: Irish Poetry after Yeats, 2006). Together with Svend Erik Larsen he edited

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into Chinese (2013: 119–133). 4.1.1 Mailer in Europe and The Balkans Throughout Europe, Mailer is widely considered one of the most impor- tant American authors of the twentieth century, particularly in the former Republic of Yugoslavia. Mailer’s popularity and critical reception in Europe cannot be explained only due to his good connections or, for example, that he was in Europe with his first wife studying at the Sorbonne in Paris when his first novel was published on May 6, 1948. The Naked and the Dead received excellent reviews also from European reviewers

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Romana Huk, ed., Assembling Alternatives: Reading Postmodern Poetries Transnationally (Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2003), 165. 4 Introduction: Poetics and Place divisions in the critical contexts of the ‘American Muldoon’ that are not dis- similar to the Irish situation, although the underlying debates and contexts are also specific to the literary culture of the poet’s chosen home country. In her review of The Annals of Chile, Helen Vendler commented on how considering his poetics as experimental in the Irish context can be counter- balanced

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. China und die Hoffnung auf Glück. Munich, 1971. Bompaire, J. Lucien écrivain. Paris, 1959. Bonner, Campbell. “Dionysiac Magic and the Greek Land of Cockaigne.” Trans. & Proc. American Philological Ass. 41 (1910). Chesneaux, Jean. “Egalitarianism and Utopian Traditions in the East.” Diogenes, No. 62 (1968). Cornford, Francis Macdonald. Plato’s Cosmology. London, 1956. Curtius, Ernst Robert. European Literature and the Latin Middle Ages. New York, 1963. Ferguson, John. Utopias of the Classical World. New York, 1975. Finley, M. I. “Utopianism Ancient and Modern,” in

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Adolescence’, in Tim Kendall and Peter McDonald, eds, Paul Muldoon: Critical Essays (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2004), 6–25. Buttimer, Anne, ‘Grasping the Dynamism of Lifeworld’, Annals of the Association of American Geographers 66/2 ( June 1976), 277–92. Buxton, Rachel, Robert Frost and Northern Irish Poetry (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2004). Campbell, Matthew, ‘Ireland in poetry: 1999, 1949, 1969’, in Matthew Campbell, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Contemporary Irish Poetry (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003), 1–20. , ‘Muldoon’s Remains’, in

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opposed only by the Christians who, deprived of worldly power themselves, have reverted to the non-violent resistance against the encroachments of a coercive state that had marked the earliest Christian stance toward the Pax Romana of imperial Rome. As Luke comments, “The only trouble came from Christians. They opposed the taking of life, even in battle or the execution of murderers, and always made a nuisance of themselves on such occasions…The Christians, it was well known, were all mad, and no one took them seriously” (Christopher The Prince in Waiting 109

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Poetry, 1947. _______, Novels and Memoirs, 1941-1951: The Real Life of Sebastian Knight; Bend Sinister; Speak, Memory. B. Boyd, ed. New York: The Library of America, 1996, vol. 1. _______, Novels, 1955-1962: Lolita; Pnin; Pale Fire; Lolita: A Screenplay. B. Boyd, ed. New York: The Library of America, 1996, vol. 2. _______, Novels, 1969-1974: Ada, or Ardor; Transparent Things; Look at the Harlequins! B. Boyd, ed. New York: The Library of America, 1996, vol. 3. Primary sources 223 _______, Perepiska s sestroi [Correspondence with sister]. Ann Arbor

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seguem a essa cena primeva”, 33 Tentativas de periodização da tematização artística da violência afirma Tom Sellar (2005: 10). Alguns críticos reconhecem neste fenómeno “um processo mais lato de degeneração moral entre a população romana e entre alguns dos seus mais notáveis imperadores”, refere James Harley (2006: 41), contrapondo que a aproximação destes elementos à tragédia não denunciam o esgotamento da forma dramática, mas antes a vão in- fluenciar, determinando a sua evolução. Assim, argumenta que os espec- táculos de sangue em voga na Roma Imperial

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, 1917). Garnett, Richard David, Constance Garnett: A Heroic Life (London: Sinclair–Ste- venson, 1991). Gel’rot, M., ‘Nitsshe i Gorky, Russkoe bogatstvo 5 (1903), pp. 24–65. Gettmann, Royal, Turgenev in England and America (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1941). Gindin, James, John Galsworthy’s Life and Art (London: Macmillan, 1987). Glendinning, Victoria, Leonard Woolf: A Biography (New York and London: Free Press, 2006). Gold, Arthur, and Robert Fizdale, Misia: The Life of Misia Sert (York: Morrow Quill Paperbacks, 1981). Goldsmith, Oliver, ‘Citizen of the

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acquis pour la bibliothèque de l’abbaye appauvrie par les pillages normands, et il a eu un sort paticulier: il a été dérelié, puis relié à nouveau après adjonction de deux feuillets. Sur le dernier feuillet du manuscript et ces feuillets nouveaux ont été inscrits cinq hymnes-cantiques, les deux premiers et le dernier, en langue latine, encadrant les deux qui sont au centre écrits de la même main, composés dans les deux langues nationales, romana et teudisca, qui avaient été intronisées par les Serments de Strasbourg. Les historiens ont pu dater de 882 la