Atlantis. Journal of the Spanish Association for Anglo-American Studies

Atlantis is the journal of the Spanish Association of English Studies, AEDEAN (Asociación Española de Estudios Anglo-Norteamericanos). Since 1979 it has been publishing scholarly work in the area of English, covering a broad range of linguistic, literary and cultural topics. The Journal has a decidedly international outlook and encourages contributions from across the world. 

Atlantis is published twice a year, in June and December, and includes articles, reviews and interviews. All proposals are double-blind peer-reviewed by experts and the journal is widely indexed and disseminated through international platforms. 

Atlantis is indexed in the Arts and Humanities Citation Index® (ACHI)Current Contents®/Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences Citation Index®, Journal Citation Reports® (JCR) Social Sciences Edition; Current Contents®/Social and Behavioral Sciences (Thomson-Reuters).

It is also indexed in SCOPUS, MLA, and disseminated by JSTOR, Latindex and The Year’s Work in English Studies, among many others. View complete list and information about circulation and impact of the journal.

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2016: Vol. 38, Num. 1

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Table of Contents


Greetings in Letters by EFL Primary School Children. A Longitudinal Study PDF
Rosa María Jiménez Catalán 11-32
The Role of Semiotic Metaphor in the Verbal-Visual Interplay of Three Children’s Picture Books. A Multisemiotic Systemic-Functional Approach PDF
Arsenio Jesús Moya Guijarro 33-52
Anthony Munday’s Palmendos (1589) in the Early Modern English Book Trade: Print and Reception PDF
Leticia Álvarez-Recio 53-69
“He Is Not English, He Is Not a Novelist; And How Far Is He Even Likeable?” On the Critical Reception of Arthur Koestler’s Thieves in the Night PDF
Zénó Vernyik 71-88
“But What’s One More Murder?” Confronting the Holocaust in Philip Kerr’s Bernie Gunther Novels PDF
Anthony Lake 89-107
The Rise and Fall of the Horse Dreamer in Sam Shepard’s Drama PDF
Ana Fernández-Caparrós Turina 109-127
The Shell-Shocked Veteran in Toni Morrison’s Sula and Home PDF
Manuela Lopez Ramírez 129-147
Facing Old Age and Searching for Regeneration in a Dying American West: Gregory Martin’s Mountain City PDF
David Río 149-164
From the Traumatic to the Political: Cultural Trauma, 9/11 and Amy Waldman’s The Submission PDF
Sonia Baelo-Allué 165-183
In Search of a Happy Ending: The Afterlife of Romeo and Juliet on the Asian Screen PDF
Rosa García Periago 185-200


Rewriting the Caribbean Female Body: A Conversation with Opal Palmer Adisa PDF
Elisa Serna Martinez 203-220


Leyre Ruiz de Zarobe and Yolanda Ruiz de Zarobe, eds. 2013. Enseñar hoy una lengua extranjera. PDF
Isabel López Cirugeda 223-227
José Francisco Fernández, ed. 2013. The New Puritan Generation PDF
John Style 229-233
Francisco Collado-Rodríguez, ed. 2013. Chuck Palahniuk. Fight Club, Invisible Monsters, Choke. PDF
Marta Cerezo Moreno 235-240
Pilar Somacarrera, ed. 2013. Made in Canada, Read in Spain: Essays on the Translation and Circulation of English-Canadian Literature. PDF
Natalia Rodríguez Nieto 241-244
Mohan G. Ramanan. 2013. R.K. Narayan: An Introduction. PDF
Dolores Herrero 245-249
María Jesús Fernández Gil. 2013. Traducir el horror: la intersección de la ética, la ideología y el poder en la memoria del Holocausto. PDF
Silvia Pellicer Ortín 251-256
Velichka D. Ivanova, ed. 2014. Philip Roth and World Literature: Transatlantic Perspectives and Uneasy Passages. PDF
Martyna Bryla 263-268
María Isabel Romero Ruiz. 2014. The London Lock Hospital in the Nineteenth Century. Gender, Sexuality and Social Reform. PDF
María José Coperías Aguilar 257-261
Xavier Aldana Reyes. 2014. Body Gothic: Corporal Transgression in Contemporary Literature and Horror Film. PDF
Sara Martín Alegre 269-273
Roberto A. Valdeón. 2014. Translation and the Spanish Empire in the Americas. PDF
Izaskun Elorza 275-280