BRYN MAWR REVIEW OF COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
Volume 3, Number 2 (Fall 2002)
Trauma, Experience, History:
Renaissance/Early Modern Interests:
- Giorgio Agamben, Remnants of Auschwitz: The Witness and the Archive.
Reviewed by Richard J. Bernstein, New School for Social Research.
- Ruth Leys, Trauma: A Genealogy.
Reviewed by Dorian Stuber, Cornell University.
- Ross Chambers, Facing It: AIDS Diaries and the Death of the Author.
Reviewed by Julia Epstein.
- Krzysztof Ziarek, The Historicity of Experience: Modernity, the Avant-Garde, and the Event.
Reviewed by J. M. Bernstein, New School for Social Research.
Poetry as Performative Act:
- Gordon Braden, Petrarchan Love and the Continental Renaissance.
Reviewed by María Cristina Quintero, Bryn Mawr College.
- Mary Thomas Crane, Shakespeare's Brain: Reading with Cognitive Theory.
Reviewed by Nancy Selleck, University of Massachusetts, Lowell.
Women Making History in Fiction:
- Angela Esterhammer, The Romantic Performative: Language and Action in British and German Romanticism.
Reviewed by William Galperin, Rutgers University, New Brunswick.
Translation as Cultural Study:
- Hu Ying, Tales of Translation: Composing the New Woman in China, 1899-1918.
Reviewed by Felicia Ho, University of California, Los Angeles.
- Eve Tavor Bannet, The Domestic Revolution: Enlightenment Feminisms and the Novel.
Reviewed by Julie Park, Princeton University.
- Silviano Santiago, The Space In-Between: Essays on Latin American Culture.
Reviewed by Eva-Lynn Alicia Jagoe, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.
- Linda Collinge, Beckett traduit Beckett: de Malone meurt à Malone dies: L' imaginaire en traduction.Reviewed by Adrienne Janus, Stanford University.