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7. Literaturas anglófonas

  • Sánchez Canales, G. (in press). Jewish American Identity- Roth & Antisemitism. En Maggie McKinley (Ed.). En Philip Roth in Context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (Ed). Literature and Genocide.Verbeia, noviembre 2019 (monográfico). Disponible aquí
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2019). Introduction, Literature and Genocide. Verbeia, 5-23. Disponible aquí.
  • Sánchez Canales, G.  (2019). An Approach to 21st Century Literary Representations of the Holocaust, Literature and Genocide, Literature and Genocide. Verbeia, 66-82. Disponible aquí.
  • Sánchez Canales, C. (2019). Annotated Bibliography”  Literature and Genocide. Verbeia, 106-125. Disponible aquí
  • Torres Zúñiga, L. (2019). Fragments and fragmentation in Helen Simpson’s short stories. En C. Meynard and E. Vernadakis (Eds.), Formes brèves. Au croisement des pratiques et des savoirs (pp. 275-286). Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes.
  • Torres Zúñiga, L. (2018). Of (un)satisfactory dinners: The discourse of food in Tennessee Williams’s work. The Southern Quarterly, 56(1), 42-55.
  • Torres Zúñiga, L. (2018). 'Why Don't You Have a Go at a Novel?': Gender through Genre in Helen Simpson's Stories. En J. Sacido Romero y L. Mª Lojo Rodríguez (Eds.), Gender and Short Fiction: Women's Tales in Contemporary Britain (pp. 271-291). Londres: Routledge. 
  • Torres Zúñiga, L. (2018). John Dos Passos. Dubious films and lost friends. En C. Wallhead (Ed.), More Writers of the Spanish Civil War: Experience Put to Use (pp. 51-114). Berna: Peter Lang. 
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2018). ‘Suffering Post-traumatic Effects from a Genocide That Happened, But Not to Her’: Shalom Auslander’s Use of Comedy. En Isabel Durán, Rebeca Gualberto, Eusebio de Lorenzo, Carmen M. Méndez-García & Eduardo Valls (Eds.). Hope: A tragedy” en A Critical Gaze from the Old World: Transatlantic Perspectives on American Studies. Benn, Berlin, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Warszawa &Wien: Peter Lang, pp. 251-269. 
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2017). Bellow’s Cityscapes: Chicago and New York. En The Cambridge Companion to Saul Bellow. Ed. Victoria Aarons. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 43-54.
  • Torres Zúñiga, L. (2017). Thresholds of Abjection: Identity and Space in Tennessee Williams’s Fiction. En D. Walton y J. A. Suárez (Eds.), Borders, Networks, Escape Lines: Contemporary Writing and the Politics of Space (pp. 115-135). Berna: Peter Lang. 
  • Sánchez-Canales, G. (2017): “Bellow's Cityscapes: Chicago and New York”, in Victoria Aarons (ed.): A Cambridge Companion to Saul Bellow. Cambridge: CUP, 43-54.
  • Aarons, V. y Sánchez-Canales, G. (eds.) (2016): Saul Bellow as a Novelist of Ideas: A Forum. Partial Answers 14.1 (2016). Avalaible here.
  • Aarons, V. y Sánchez-Canales, G. (eds.) (2016): Bernard Malamud: A Centennial Tribute. Detroit, IL: Wayne State UP.
  • Sánchez-Canales, G. (2016): “European Voices: An Introduction” and “What’s in a Name?”: Aptronyms and Archetypes in Bernard Malamud’s The Assistant and The Fixer”, in Victoria Aarons & Gustavo Sánchez-Canales (eds.): Bernard Malamud: A Centennial Tribute. Detroit, IL: Wayne State UP, 2016. 109-115; 135-150.
  • Sánchez-Canales, G. (2016): “Recover the world that is buried under the debris of false description”: The Influence of Romantic Poetry on Saul Bellow’s Dean’s December” in Gustavo Sánchez-Canales & Victoria Aarons (eds.): Saul Bellow as a Novelist of Ideas: A Forum. Partial Answers 14.1 (141-158). Available here.
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2014). European Literary Tradition in Roth’s Kepesh Trilogy. In G. Sáncvhez-Canales & V. Aarons (Eds.), History, Memory, and the Making of Character in Roth's Fiction (A Thematic Issue). CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 16(2).
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2014). A Selected Bibliography for Roth’s Works. CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 16(2).
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2014). Classical Greek Archetypes in Philip Roth’s American Pastoral and The Human Stain. Cercles 33, 23-33.
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2014). Within a Year My Passion Will Be Dead. In V. D. Ivanova (Ed.), Philip Roth and World Literature: Transatlantic Perspectives and Uneasy Passages (pp. 125-140). London: Cambria University Press.
  • Torres Zúñiga, L. (2014). Sea and sun and maybe – Quien sabe!’ Tennessee Williams and Spain. En John S. Bak (Ed.), Tennessee Williams in Europe: Intercultural Encounters, Transatlantic Exchanges (pp. 189-209). Amsterdam: Rodopi. 
  • Torres Zúñiga, L. (2014). Autofiction and jouissance in Tennessee Williams’s ‘Ten Minute Stop’. Tennessee Williams Annual Review, 14, 97-110.
  • Bados Ciria, C. (2013). El testimonio como afirmación de identidades femeninas en la frontera de México y EE. UU: Cuéntame algo, aunque sea una mentira. En R. Behar (Ed.), Mujeres en la Frontera, (pp. 353-370). Madrid: UNED, Serie Literatura y mujer. Siglos XX y XXI.
  • ánchez Canales, G. (2013). A Tale of Two Cities: A Comparative Analysis Between James Joyce's Dublin and Saul Bellow's Chicago. Saul Bellow Journal 26(1-2), 127-151.
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2013). He Is Basically a Decent Man: Some Notes on the Historical Background of Aleksandar Hemon's The Lazarus Project. The International Journal of the Humanities: Annual Review 10.
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2013). Lectura para Personas de Amplio Criterio: Censorship in the Translations of Philip Roth's Portnoy's Complaint and The Professor of Desire. Partial Answers: Journal of Literature and the History of Ideas 11(2), 279-291.
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2013). Holocaust Imagery in Michael Chabon's The Final Solution. Americana: E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary 9(1).
  • Torres Zúñiga, L. (2013). Comida, mujeres y poder en la obra de Tennessee Williams. Dossiers Feministes, 17, 157-172.
  • Aguilera Linde, M. D., de la Torre Moreno Mª J., y Torres Zúñiga, L. (Eds.) (2012). Into Another's Skin. Granada: Universidad de Granada. 
  • ánchez Canales, G. (2012). Bellow’s Letters and Biographies about Bellow: A Book Review Article of New Work by Atlas and Taylor. CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 13(4).
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2012). The Answer a Philosopher Gives Determines the Entire Shape of his Metaphysics: The Influence of Plato and Descartes on Rebecca Goldstein's The Mind-Body Problem. Alicante Journal of English Studies 25, 401-412.
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2011). Prisoners Gradually Came to Buddhist Positions: The Presence of PTSD Symptoms in Rosa in Cynthia Ozick’s The Shawl. Studies in American Jewish Literature 30, 29-39.
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2011). There Is a Bomb Blast in the Most Elegant Greek Revival House: Classical Motifs in Philip Roth’s American Pastoral. In V. D. Ivanova (Ed.), Reading Philip Roth’s American Pastoral (pp. 205-217). Toulouse: Presses Universitaires du Mirail.
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2011). I Look at the Filthy Floor and See Myself Sweeping It: The Influence of Franz Kafka’s Surreal World on Philip Roth’s The Professor of Desire and The Prague Orgy. In I. Dobosiewicz & J. Gutorow (Eds.), The Dream: Readings in English and American Literature and Culture, (pp. 199-215). Uniwersytet Opolski.
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2011). In a Different World, We Could Have Been Real Friends: Two Opposite Approaches to the Problem of Holocaust in Jonathan Safran Foer’s Everything Is Illuminated. In T. Basiuk, S. Kuźma-Markowska y K. Mazur (Eds.), The American Uses of History: Essays on Public Memory, (pp. 255-266). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Verlag.
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2011). Biblical Archetypes in Allegra Goodman’s The Family Markowitz and Kaaterskill Falls. Icfai Journal of American Literature 3(4), 51-73.
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2010). The significance of Martin Buber's philosophy of dialogue and suffering in the overcoming of 'core-to-core confrontation' in Chaim Potok's The Chosen. Estudios Ingleses de la Universidad Complutense 18, 53-65.
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2009). The Classical World and Modern Academia in Philip Roth's The Human Stain. Philip Roth Studies 5(1), 111-128.
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2008). A Man's Road Back to Himself Is a Return from His Spiritual Exile: Platonic Influences in Saul Bellow's The Actual. The Icfai University Journal of American Literature 1, 60-66.
  • Bados Ciria, C. (2008). Fundamentos de los feminismos literarios angloamericanos. En M. J. Porro Herrera y B. Sánchez Dueñas (Coords.), Análisis feministas de la literatura. De las teorías a las prácticas literarias, (pp. 63-79). Córdoba: Publicaciones de la Universidad de Córdoba.
  • Bados Ciria, C. (2007). Chicano/a Theater: Representing and Performing Women in Mexican-American Families. En C. Flys & M.A. Lee (Eds.), Family Reflections.The Contemporary American Family in the Arts, (pp. 305-321). Alcalá de Henares: Universidad de Alcalá.
  • Sánchez Canales, G. (2006). Bernard Malamud's Russian Background in The Fixer. Mundo Eslavo 5, 55-62.

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