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Superstition and Science in Gertrude Stein’s WWII Writing

By Chifen LU
REAL: Review of English and American Literature [Yingmei wenxue pinglun]

Focusing on Gertrude Stein’s works written during the Second World War (1938-1945),this paper aims to call attention to the allusions to superstitious belief and practice in them, after the recent attempts (Meyer, Chodat) to establish correlation between Stein’s writing and science.

“Singing Pain”: Gaze and Voice in Toni Morrison’s Jazz

By Chia-chin Tsai
REAL: Review of English and American Literature [Yingmei wenxue pinglun]

In this regard,  the author would argue in this paper that the indeterminacy and ruptures revealed by the narrating voices actually lay bare the diasporic “in-betweenness” that Homi Bhabha points out in The Location of Culture.   

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