Vol. I, Issue 1. January/June 2014

Mise en Abyme. International Journal of Comparative Literature and Arts.

Vol. I, Issue 1. January/June 2014 

The monographic section of the first issue is devoted to Pier Paolo Pasolini, a multifaceted author whose work encompasses a wide spectrum of arts – literature, film and theatre –, therefore making him an ideal reference for comparative studies. Because of his position as a prominent European intellectual with an interdisciplinary approach, Pasolini’s work has been understood and reinvented by several artists globally. For this reason, in this issue, we have chosen to put him in the ‘background’ in order to analyse the connections between his production and the one of his contemporaries, as well as of the following generations.

Download this issue:  Mise en Abyme, Vol. I, Issue 1, Jan-June 2014

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Monographic section. PPP in the background

  • Uccellacci e uccellini: What Makes an Ideo-comic Fable?  (Alessandro Valenzisi, University of Strathclyde) – PDF
  •  Cenizas de los tristes.  Javier Egea y Pier Paolo Pasolini   (Elisa Sartor, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun) – PDF
  • After Pasolini’s Teorema:  Notes on the Theatre of Grzegorz Jarzyna and Mikołaj Mikołajczyk  (Armando Rotondi, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun) – PDF

Reviews

  •  Scrittori migranti in Italia (1990-2012) a cura di Cecilia Gibellini – PDF
  • Pirandello e Gombrowicz – La presenza teatrale pirandelliana nei drammi gombrowicziani di Karol Karp – PDF
  • Le metamorfosi di un arcidiavolo. Il personaggio di Belfagor da Machiavelli a oggi di Bernardina Moriconi – PDF

 

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