A Journal of Comparative and General Literary Studies
The BCLA journal New Comparison, founded in 1986, ceased publication in 2004 and was incorporated with Comparative Criticism into the new BCLA journal Comparative Critical Studies, appearing three times a year. The final double issue of New Comparison (35/36, Spring-Autumn 2003) contains selected papers from the BCLA's Ninth International Conference, "Money" (July 2001, University of Wales Swansea), and a cumulative index of articles published in New Comparison, 1986-2003.
The General Editor of New Comparison was Maurice Slawinski, to whom all enquiries should be directed in the first instance.
The contents of each issue (excluding reviews) can also be seen by clicking on the links below. Each contents page then contains a further link which allows you to visualise the complete text of the issue in PDF format.
- Number 35/36 (Spring-Autumn 2003)
- Number 33/34 (Spring-Autumn 2002)
- Number 32 (Autumn 2001)
- Number 31 (Spring 2001): For Peter France: Writings and Rewritings - Folklore, Fairytale and Literature
- Number 30 (Autumn 2000)
- Number 29 (Spring 2000): Translation and Nation
- Number 27/28 (Spring-Autumn 1999): 'Legenda': Reading and Writing Myth
- Number 26 (Autumn 1998): Special Section, 'German Biography'
- Number 25 (Spring 1998): Special Section, 'Writing Lives'
- Number 24 (Autumn 1997): Feasts*
- Number 23 (Spring 1997): Comparative Literature in India
- Number 22 (Autumn 1996): Special Section, 'A Feminine Difference?'
- Number 21 (Spring 1996): Cities, Gardens, Wildernesses*
- Number 20 (Autumn 1995): 'Once upon a time...': Cross-currents in Children's Literature
- Number 19 (Spring 1995): Special Section, 'Eastern Europe'
- Number 18 (Autumn 1994): Walter Benjamin in the Postmodern
- Number 17 (Spring 1994)
- Number 16 (Autumn 1993): Across Europe (II)
- Number 15 (Spring 1993): Across Europe (I)
- Number 14 (Autumn 1992): Special Section, 'Metamorphoses'
- Number 13 (Spring 1992): Comparative Approaches to Middle Eastern Literatures
- Number 12 (Autumn 1991): Translation in the Middle Ages
- Number 11 (Spring 1991): Special Section, 'The Picaresque'
- Number 10 (Autumn 1990): Emigration of Authors and Migration of Styles*
- Number 9 (Spring 1990): Representations of the Self
- Number 8: Beyond Translation
- Number 7: Special Section, 'In Tyrannos'
- Number 6 (Autumn 1988): Literary Themes
- Number 5 (Summer 1988): Special Section, 'Literature and Philosophy'*
- Number 4 (Autumn 1987): Scandinavia*
- Number 3 (Summer 1987): Comedy
- Number 2 (Autumn 1986): Hamlet at Home and Abroad
- Number 1 (Summer 1986): Literary Translation and Literary System
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