Twitter Gplus RSS

Fantasy & Science-Fiction


Cuprins / Content

 

Imagination and Possible Worlds

Gisèle Vanhese, Pour une rhétorique de l’imaginaire [11-24]
Constantin Mihai, Entre phantasia et realia. Le visage de l’anthropologie de l’Imaginaire [25-29]
Adriana Carrijo, « Fantaisie » et fiction : Observations sur un cas clinique [30-37]
Corin Braga, Mondes fictionnels : utopie, science-fiction, « fantasy » [38-48]
Simina Raţiu, Utopia between Science-Fiction and Ideology [49-59]

Fantasy Literature

Fanfan Chen, Tolkien’s Style of Fantasy: Hypotyposis, Metalepsis, Harmonism [63-82]
Ruxandra Cesereanu, “The Fantasy Complex”. Close Reading: The Hobbit & The Lord of the Rings [83-98]
Crina-Magdalena Zărnescu, Les symboles du passage : la porte et l’escalier [99-104]
Marius Conkan, On the Nature of Portals in Fantasy Literature [105-113]
Danilo De Salazar, Réélaboration du mythe dans la prose initiatique de A.E. Baconsky, Echinoxul nebunilor şi alte povestiri [114-129]
Călin Teutişan, Parabolic Narrative Mechanisms and Fictional Structures in Petru Cimpoeşu’s Novels [130-137]
Monica Alina Toma, A Journey through Fantastica [138-144]
Laurenţiu Malomfălean, Science Fiction, Fantasy and Oneiro-Fantastic in Haruki Murakami’s Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World [145-158]
Horea Poenar, I’d Rather Be a Pig than a Fascist: How Ideology Works in Fantasy Films [159-169]
Andrada Fătu Tutoveanu, From Cinema Myths to Science Fantasy: Contemporary Hybrid Cinema and Sci-Fi “Avatars” [170-180]
Adriana Teodorescu, How a Fantastic Novel Constructs the Enemy Figure. The Untamed Other and the Role of Fantasy in Life of Pi [181-193]
Ştefan Bolea, Once Upon Atrocity. Gothic Music Influences in the First Romanian (Neo)gothic Novel [194-200]
Valentina Sirangelo, From Myth to Fantasy Role-Playing Game: Aspects of the Child God in The Elder Scrolls Lore [201-218]

Science-Fiction

Alberto Filipe Araújo & Armando Rui Guimarães, “The child is father of the man”. On the pedagogical teachings of the myth of Frankenstein [221-241]
Radu Toderici, Les deux utopies de Louis-Sébastien Mercier [242-250]
Niculae Gheran, Relating Romantic Monsters to Dystopian Robots. Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and Carel Čapek’s Rossum’s Universal Robots [251-261]
Cristian Paşcalău, Universes Colliding. The Nature of Reality in Philip K. Dick’s Writings [262-276]
Cosmin Perţa, Pursuing a Subtle Monster in Philip K. Dick’s Ubik [277-281]
Andrei Simuţ, Elements of Science-Fiction and the Fascination with the Post-human Gaze in Kurt Vonnegut’s Galápagos [282-291]
Ion Manolescu, Mind vs. Brain: The Cyberpunk Dissociation [292-304]
Piroska Felkai, Les aspects neuroscientifiques du film Avatar [305-311]
Călina Bora, L’artificialisation du corps dans la littérature science-fiction [312-317]
Olga Ştefan , Created in Our Image. The Clone between Ethical Argumentation and Science-Fiction Trademark [318-325]
Doru Pop, Cinematic Mixology, Some Critical Corroborations. Connections, Convergences, Combinations and Commutations in Contemporary Culture [326-344]
Rodica-Gabriela Chira, About SF and Fantasy through Artificial Intelligence [345-359]
Iudita Fazacaş, Diabolic Geometry. Cube-Rubik-Hypercube [360-369]
Gelu Teampău, The Comic Books between Fantasy, Science-Fiction and Politics [370-387]

Book Reviews [389-429]

 
 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on LinkedIn