ACTA IASSYENSIA COMPARATIONIS, 21 (1/2018)
FAITH AND TREASON
FAITH and especially its opposite, TREASON, have tempted scholars from Romania and other parts of Europe to contribute to the 21st (1/2018) volume of AIC, dedicated to these two prominent literary themes carrying rich mythical and historical implications.
Approaching texts from various cultural traditions, under different hermeneutical angles, the articles in the current issue of AIC bring together classic and new representations of treason in
literature and in daily reality: from ancient faces of treason in The Epic of Gilgamesh and Homer’s poems to cyberspace
betrayal; from Judas, the prototype of the traitor in Christian tradition, to symbols of betrayal and social rebellion in the American short story; from betrayal as part of the emblematic evil in fairy tales to love
betrayal, political treason and moral compromise as depicted in the European literature of the past two centuries.
Invitation to Publish
in ACTA IASSYENSIA COMPARATIONIS 22 (2/2018)
The deadline for the submission of articles and book reviews (in Romanian, English, French, German, Spanish or Italian) is June 25, 2018.
in ACTA IASSYENSIA COMPARATIONIS 23 (1/2019)