Volume 3 Contents

Devouring the Divine Subject: The Female Mouth in Two Dinesen Tales
Efthimia Giannopoulou

Construction of an Identity: The Significance of Sui-Referential Markers in Bradstreet's "The Flesh and the Spirit"
Eliza Kitis

Modernism and Post-Modernism: The Duplicity of Innovation
Vassiliki Kolocotroni

From Alienation to Signification: Crossing Discursive Boundaries in a Re-Visiting of Working Class Writing
Maria Margaroni

Transcultural Boundaries - Face and/or Efface Them: Foreign Cultural Patterns in the Bulgarian Context
Kornelia Merdjanska

Αυτο/βιο/φωτο/γραφία: Η Εαυτότητα στην Εποχή της Τεχνικής Αναπαραγωγής
Γρηγόρης Πασχαλίδης

Of Origins, Contracts and Allothesis: The Isle of Pines or a Voyage into Male Desire
Jina Politi

Interculturalism - or the Rape of the Other: Some Problems of Representation in Contemporary British Theatre
Elizabeth Sakellaridou

Interculturalist Theatre Practice and the Postmodern Debate
Brian Singleton

Crossing Dark Waterrs: A Perspective on Indian and West Indian Postcolonial Fiction
Stephanos Stephanidis

Modernism and the Politics of Native Exile: The Eliot - Stevens Case
Litsa Trayiannoudi