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Submitted by Enszer on July 27, 2009 - 1:10pm
Edina Szalai, PhD
“The Critical ‘Turn of the Screw’ of Emily Dickinson’s Reception: The Thomas Johnson Edition (1955).” The 1950s: Proceedings of the 2003 Biennial Conference of the Hungarian Association of American Studies. Budapest: ELTE, 2005. 177-81.
“Emily Dickinson and Nineteenth Century American Women’s Poetry.” HUSSE Papers 2003. Eds. Tamás Bényei et.al. Debrecen: U of Debrecen, 2004. 218-26.
“Conflicting Plots of the Gothic Romance in Ann-Marie MacDonald’s Fall On Your Knees.” Dialogues with Traditions in Canadian Literatures. Eds. Anna Branach-Kallas and Piotr Sadkowski. Torun: Nicholas Copernicus University, 2005. 123-39.
“Quilting Her Story: The Resisting Female Subject in Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace.” Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies 9.1 (2003).
Work in Progress
I am currently working on an essay about the ways Dickinson adopted and deconstructed popular modes of female writing in order to challenge culturally sanctioned categories of femininity and gender.