University of Pécs

Faculty of Humanities
INSTITUTE OF ENGLISH STUDIES

 

Gabriella Vöő Publications

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Gabriella Vöő - List of Publications

 

“The Order of Chaos in Cormac McCarthy’s No Country for Old Men. The Reality of Ruminations. Writings for Aladár Sarbu. Ed. Judit Borbély and Zsolt Czigányik. Budapest: ELTE Institute of English Studies, 2010. 327-38.

  

“Oscar Wilde and the Metamorphosis of the Dandy in Early Twentieth-Century Hungary.” Who to Believe Expecting What: Writings for István Géher for His 70th Birthday. Ed. Natália Pikli. Budapest: ELTE Angol-Amerikai Intézet 204-13.

 

“A Lean Missionary, Done Rare: Colonialist Representations of the Cannibal Feast in Typee and Moby Dick.” To the Memory of Sarolta Kretzoi. Ed. Lehel Vadon. Eger: Eszterházy Károly College, Department of American Studies, 2009. 323-38. 

 

“A Congenial Race: Reflections on Irish Literature and National Character in the Hungarian Literary Journal Nyugat.” Literary and Cultural Relations between Ireland, Hungary and Central and Eastern Europe. Ed. Mária Kurdi. Dublin: Carysfort, 2009. 139-62. 

 

“Centenary from a Specific Angle: Reflections on Modern Irish Literature and the Irish Spirit in the Hungarian Literary Journal Nyugat (1908-1941).” Focus: Papers in English Literary and Cultural Studies: Issue on Anglophone and Hungarian Literary and Cultural Encounters. Ed. Gabriella Hartvig. Pécs: Department of English Literatures and Cultures, U of Pécs, 2008. 37-54.

 

“Doris Lessing és a női fejlődésregény” [Doris Lessing and the Female Bildungsroman]. Jelenkor 51:3 (March 2008). 338-43.

 

“Politika, prófécia, utópia: pályakép Doris Lessingről” (Politics, Prophecy, Utopia: the Literary Career of Doris Lessing). Nagyvilág 53:1-2 (Jan.-Febr. 2008). 102-8. 

 

 

“Like a (White) Man: Strategies of Defensive Masculinity in Novels and Narratives of the Frontier.” Focus: Papers in Literary and Cultural Studies. Special Issue on American Studies: Frontiers, Borderlines, and Frames. Ed. Gabriella Vöő. Pécs: Department of English Literatures and Cultures, 2006. 101-13.

 

“A jelöletlen ösvény: túlvilág-képzetek a kortárs amerikai indián regényben” [The Unmarked Path: Concepts of Other Worlds in Contemporary Native American Novels]. A perifériáról a centrum 3: világirodalmi áramlás a 20. század középső évtizedeiben. Ed. Edit Gilbert. Pécs: Pécs, Pro Pannonia, 2006. 192-98.

 

 “Critics and Defenders of H. G. Wells in Interwar Hungary.” The Reception of H.G. Wells in Europe. London: Continuum, 2005. 192-205.

 

“Hangok a határvidékről: azonosságtudat és kifejezésmód az indián, mexikói amerikai és ázsiai amerikai prózában” [Voices from the American Frontier: Identity and Expression in Native American, Chicano/a and Asian-American Fiction]. A perifériáról a centrum 1: világirodalmi áramlás a 20. század középső évtizedeiben (From Periphery, to Centre 1) Ed. Edit Gilbert. Pécs: UP of Pécs, 2002-2003. 150-160.

 

“Fekete és fehér idegen: az írek a tizenkilencedik századi angolszász fajelméletek tükrében” [Black and White Stranger: The Irish in the Light of Nineteenth-century Theories of Race]. Az irlandisztika nemzetközisége [The Internationality of Irish Studies]. Ed. Mária Kurdi, Gabriella Hartvig, Gabriella Vöő. Pécs, 2002. 25-31. 

 

“A képzelet ébredése: ’Ádám és a szent kilencek’.” [The Awakening of Imagination: Ted Hughes’s “Adam and the Sacred Nine”]. Rácz István - Bókay Antal (ed.): Modern sorsok és késő-modern poétikák: Tanulmányok Sylvia Plathról és Ted Hughesról [Modern Lives and Late-Modernist Poetics: Studies on Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes]. Budapest: Janus/Gondolat, 2002. 210-226.

 

“Melville and the Millennium.” British and American Studies at the Turn of Millennium. Ed. Stanislav Kavka. Ostrava: Acta Facultatis Filosophicae 185:1999. 79-85.

 

“Victorian Science Informing Melville’s Clarel.” Alternative Approaches to English-Speaking Cultures in the Nineteenth Century. Ed. Nóra Séllei. Debrecen, KLTE 1998. 163-71.

 

“Scenes of Uncertainty in Melville’s Battle-Pieces.” Focus: Papers in Literary and Cultural Studies at JPU. Ed. Mária Kurdi, Ágnes Surányi, Gabriella Vöő. UP of Pécs, 1998. 135-148.

 

“Metaphysical Quest and Narrative Design in Melville’s Mardi.” HUSSE Papers 1997. Ed. Mária Kurdi and József Horváth. UP of Pécs 1997. 107-116.

 

“Majré Dzsoni és az álmok logikája: Egy Sylvia Plath novella elemzése pszichoanalitikai megközelítésben” [Johnny Panic and the Logic of Dreams: Psychoanalytic Analysis of a Short Story by Sylvia Plath] Nagyvilág 39:5 (May 1994). 425-431.

 

 

  

Reviews

 

Kovács, Ágnes Zsófia: The Function of the Imagination in the Writings of Henry James: The Production of a Civilized Experience. Americana: E-journal of American Studies in Hungary 4:2 (Fall 2008). http://americanaejournal.hu/vol4no2/voo-review

 

Vadon, Lehel: Az amerikai irodalom és irodalomtudomány bibliográfiája Magyarországon 2000-ig [A Bibliography of American Literature and Literary Scholarship in Hungary to 2000]. Focus: Papers in English Literary and Cultural Studies: Issue on Anglophone and Hungarian Literary and Cultural Encounters. Ed. Gabriella Hartvig. Pécs: Department of English Literatures and Cultures, U of Pécs, 2008. 126-28.

 

“Új amerikanisták, régi és új kánonok. Bollobás Enikő: Az amerikai irodalom története” [New Americanists, Old and New Canons: The History of American Literature by Enikő Bollobás]. Jelenkor 50:1 (Jan. 2007). 109-11.

 

Borbély, Judit. The Reality of the Unreal: The City as Metaphor in Henry James and His Contemporaries. Eger Journal of American Studies 9 (2005): 231-33.

 

De Voogd, Peter and John Neubauer, eds.: The Reception of Laurence Sterne in Europe. Focus: Papers in English Literary and Cultural Studies. Pécs: UP Pécs, 2004. 158-60.

 

Obenzinger, Hilton: American Palestine: Melville, Twain, and the Holy Land Mania. Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies 6:2 (2000). 305-7.

 

 

Editing

 

Cross-Sections. Vol. 2. Selected Papers in Literature and Culture from the 9th HUSSE Conference. Ed. Andrew C. Rouse, Gertrud Szamosi, Gabriella Vöő. Pécs: Institute of English Studies, Faculty of Humanities, U of Pécs, 2010.

 

The Long Eighteenth Century. Ed. Gabriella Hartvig and Gabriella Vöő. Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies 13.1-2 (Spring-Fall 2007).

 

Focus: Papers in Literary and Cultural Studies. Special Issue on American Studies: Frontiers, Borderlines, and Frames. Ed. Gabriella Vöő. Pécs: Department of English Literatures and Cultures, U of Pécs. 2006.

 

Az irlandisztika nemzetközisége. Pécsi Irlandisztikai Füzetek. [The Internationality of Irish Studies]. Ed. Mária Kurdi, Gabriella Hartvig, Gabriella Vöő. Pécs: UP of Pécs, 2002. 25-31.

 

Focus: Papers in Literary and Cultural Studies at JPU. UP Pécs, 1998. Ed. Mária Kurdi, Ágnes Surányi, Gabriella Vöő. UP of Pécs, 1998.

 

 

Translation

 

Barbara Johnson: „Melville ökle—Billy Budd kivégzése. Egy zárszó értelme” (“Melville’s Fist: The Execution of Billy Budd”). A posztmodern irodalomtudomány kialakulása [Postmodern Literary Theory]. Ed. Bókay, Antal et al. Osiris, 2002. 352-61.