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East-West Cultural Passage



East-West Cultural Passage -
Number 4/2005



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American Scrivener in PerspectiveŞTEFAN AVĂDANEI5
   
Mortal Interruptions: Autobiography, Death, Thanatography

ANTHONY O’KEEFFE

12
   
Lucian Blaga: An American Pragmatist in EuropeMICHAEL S. JONES29
    
Octavia Butler’s Kindred and the Book in Common Project

DEBRA JOURNET

50
   
Faulkner and the Ethics of Ideological Readings

ANA-KARINA SCHNEIDER

63
   
Faulkner, the Preverbal and “That Spotted Corruption of Frantic and Uncatchable Horses,” in Spotted Horses

MARGARET A. HARRELL

79
   
A Stylistic Analysis of William Faulkner’s Sanctuary

ANCA MUREŞAN

97
     
The Reinvention of the Self in Philip Roth’s American Pastoral

ALEXANDRA MITREA

107
    
Speaking of Debating Values: A Consideration of Wayne Booth’s “Rhetoric of Assent” as a Model for Developing Warrantable Beliefs in Social ArgumentERIC GILDER117
    
“There's Gold in Them Thar Archives”:  Using Social Science Data in the Study of American Society and Culture

STEPHEN J. CUTLER

130