ΓΡΑΜΜΑ/GRAMMA: Περιοδικό Θεωρίας και Κριτικής, τεύχος 18

Περιεχόμενα Introduction, Nicola Rehling The Self, the Community and Nattion in 18th and 19th Centurry Literature Homogenizing the Masses: American Republican Ideology and the Threat of “intemperate democracy” in Robert Munford’s The Patriots (c. 1777), Zoe Detsi-Diamanti The Individual in the (Catholic) Mass: Restoration, Self and Community in Liturgy and Literature, Rosemary A. Peters Narrating the Individual and the Community in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Cranford, Anna Koustinoudi The Scapegoat in Hardy’s Tragic Novels: Revisiting Ancient Theory, Annie Ramel The Individual, Modernity and the Emergence of Mass Culture Mediating between the Mass and the Individual: Punch Caricatures of the Great Exhibition of All Nations, Adina Ciugureanu The Paranoid Simulacrum in Surrealism: From Embracing Madness to the Mechanism of a Mental Illness as the Purveyor of Individual Meaning, Despina-Alexandra Constantinidou Individuality, Subjectivity and Community in Mass-Mediated, “Abstract” Society The Bohemian Iconoclast and the Corporate Giant: Julie Taymor’s Staging of Disney’s The Lion King, or The Portrait of the Avant-Garde Artist as a Corporate Employee, Vagelis Siropoulos Second-Generation West Indian Women, Television and the Dialogical Self, Kamille Gentles-Peart Individuality, Embodiment and the Female Interpreter in Woman Times Seven and The Interpreter, Fotini Apostolou Prepare for Glory: The Multiplication of the Digitally Hyperreal Hero in Frank Miller’s/ Zack Snyder’s 300, Giorgos Dimitriadis Staging (Dis)Connections between the Individual and the Mass in Contemporary Literature: From the Pathological “Mass in Person” to the Globalized Subject, Stella Butter Review Section Helping Yourself to Heidegger, Reviewed by Ruth Parkin-Gounelas Antonio Negri’s Empire and Beyond: The Reformation of the Lexicon of Modernity and the Imagining of a Postnational Imaginary, Reviewed by Mina Karavanta Jameson, Fredric. Valences of the Dialectic. London and New York: Verso, 2009 (pp 625), Reviewed by Sean Homer