Category: Literature – Anglo-American Literature


Michael Chabon’s ‘the Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay’ Re-Presenting the Historical Novel

Can literature represent reality? And, if so, is the novel the best genre to do so? Although these questions are not new in the field of literary studies, a number of postmodern authors – and subsequently literary researchers – have drawn attention to the mimetic potential of literature on the one hand and the problematic


Transportation, Mobility, And Horror: Conan Doyle’s Tales of Mystery and the Supernatural

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote many tales of mystery and the supernatural from 1890s to 1910s, years saw the advancement of powerful modern science and technology, especially inventions of transportation means or machines that accelerate mobility power in late-Victorian and Edwardian society. In some of these stories, Doyle exhibited a new perception of space and