Journal of European Studies

Journal of European Studies is a magazine specializing in Social Science topics.

Articles from Vol. 24, No. 93, March

From Savage Elements: Epiphany in Primo Levi's Holocaust Writings
Primo Levi uses a version of modern epiphany originated by Rousseau and Wordsworth in the romantic period, appropriated by Browning and Pater in the Victorian, and refined by Proust, Joyce and Conrad in the modern.[1] But Levi's contribution to the...
Know the Past: Know Thyself. Literary Pursuits and Quest for Identity in A.S. Byatt's 'Possession' and in F. Duranti's 'Effetti Personali.' (Francesca Duranti)
Somewhere in the locked-away letters, Ash had referred to the plot or fate which seemed to hold or drive the dead lovers. Roland thought, partly with precise postmodernist pleasure, and partly with a real element of superstitious dread, that he and...
Mysticism and Sexuality in the Writings of Leon Bloy
The standard Romantic stereotypes of woman - demonic or angelic, representing flesh or spirit, appealing either to man's dark, animal nature or, conversely, to his 'higher' instincts - were to be found in abundance in the work of Barbey d'Aurevilly...