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¡Americanos! ¡Vienen a España gordos y sanos!: representación de lo estadounidense en el cine de Berlanga

AUTOR: José Suárez-Inclán Gómez-Acebo IELAT-UAH Download PDF version En la trigésimo quinta gala de los premios Goya, otorgados por la Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias Cinematográficas de España, se dedicó un emotivo tramo de la ceremonia a recordar...

Book of the Month: Amanda Leduc’s Disfigured: On Fairy Tales, Disability, and Making Space

Author: Clémentine Beyens Université de Lorraine   Our book recommendation of this month is Amanda Leduc’s Disfigured: On Fairy Tales, Disability, and Making Space. This book questions the use of disability and disabled characters mostly fairytales whether they are ancient tales...

SPECIAL ISSUE | The Marriage of Heaven and Silent Hill: Exploring the Occult Psychology of William Blake Within A Virtual Hell

Author: Eric Sofala-Jones Georgia College & State University Download PDF version “My birds are silent in my hills; flocks die beneath my branches; My tents are fallen; my trumpets and the sweet sounds of my harp Is silent on my...

Song of Walt Whitman, Song of Hope?

Download PDF version Walt Whitman was a Long-Island born poet who is most notably known for Leaves of Grass (1855), a work that was inspired by Ralph Waldo Emerson’s call for great poets to render the genuine American experience. In...

The Day When Everybody Got on The Nostromo

Download PDF version Alien by Ridley Scott was released on 25 May 1979, changing the paradigm of science fiction and horror. Based on a simple premise, Scott and his screenwriter, Dan O’Bannon, presented an alien which threatened the crew’s survival...

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