Studies in Language and Literature is a refereed journal of literature
and culture published biannually (in June and December) by the NTU Press for
the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, National Taiwan
University. Devoted to generating intellectual and trans-cultural
dialogues, NTU Studies in Language and Literature welcomes original
submissions from all over the world dealing with literary and related texts
and informed by theoretical, interdisciplinary, or comparative perspectives
or approaches. Reviews, review essays, and commentaries on recent debates
and controversies are also welcome.
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Contributions should be written in English and prepared according to the
latest edition of The MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers.
Manuscripts should not exceed 15,000 words in length.
submit your article, an abstract, keywords, and bio information as
e-mail attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also choose instead to mail a hard copy of your submission and
corresponding electronic files on a computer diskette, preferably in MS
Word format, to Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures,
National Taiwan University, Taipei 10617, Taiwan (Attn. Ms Joanne Lin).
submission under consideration is sent to at least two anonymous
reviewers recommended by the Editorial Committee. Based on the comments
and suggestions of these reviewers, the members of the Editorial
Committee and the editor, who meet periodically, make final decisions.
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submitted text or notes; any reference to the author’s previous works
should be in the third person.
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the author wishes to submit a revised paper that has been published or
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Authors are entitled to ten offprints of the article and two copies of
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Language and Literature. The author, however, may elect to release
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Studies in Language and Literature No. 18, Dec. 2007 目錄
of Fashion”: Conspicuous Consumption in Frances Burney’s
Tale and Divine Justice: The
Reality and the Fiction of Righteous Anger
encounter with History: The War and the Politics of Memory in
The Beheading Game in
Sir Gawain and the
Green Knight and
The Green Helmet
Human Prospect: The Self in Levinas’s
Comic Spaces in
Shakespeare’s History Plays
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