Complutense Journal of English Studies

The Complutense Journal of English Studies (ISSN 2386-3935, ISSN-e 2386-6624), formerly Estudios Ingleses de la Universidad Complutense, founded in 1993, is a scholarly, double-blind peer-reviewed annual journal which publishes cutting-edge, high quality research papers encompassing all areas in the domain of English Linguistics and Literature. It promotes lively exchange among scholars in the humanities and related disciplines who hold diverse perspectives on current developments in these fields. CJES operates as a showcase for state-of-the-art work in English Studies and aims to provide a rigorous forum for scholarly debate. The journal welcomes original research articles and book reviews on groundbreaking new contributions.

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Complutense Journal of English Studies accepted for indexing in ERIH PLUS.

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Vol 26 (2018)

Table of Contents


Historical Determinism in the 1812 Constitutions of the United States and Spain PDF
José Antonio Gurpegui 9-25
The Female Body as the Site of Male Violence during the Partition of India in Bapsi Sidhwa’s "Ice-Candy-Man" PDF
Arunima Dey 27-45
Digging up the un/romantic past: Reworking Popular Romance Codes in Rose Tremain’s "The Colour" and Maxine Alterio’s "Ribbons of Grace" PDF
Paloma Fresno-Calleja 47-64
A Literary and Social Depiction of an Indian City: "Masala" Eroticism and Perverse Realism in Raj Rao’s BomGay PDF
Ana García-Arroyo 65-78
Food Symbolism and Traumatic Confinement in "We Have Always Lived in the Castle" PDF
Esther Muñoz González 79-93
‘The Eminent English Writer’: Aldous Huxley's "Point Counter Point" and Flann O’Brien's "At Swim-Two-Birds" PDF
Germán Asensio Peral 95-109
“Such as might have arisen only out of hell”: A Note on Poe’s Hellenic Motifs in “The Black Cat” PDF
Dimitrios Tsokanos, José R. Ibáñez 111-120
Irony and Parody in a Spanish Translation of Fowles’ "The French Lieutenant’s Woman": A Relevance-Theoretical Approach PDF
María Ángeles Ruiz-Moneva 121-141
Early Bilingual Education in a Monolingual Environment. Showcasing Polish Families PDF
Piotr Romanowski 143-164
The invisible reality: English teaching materials and the formation of gender and sexually oriented stereotypes (with a focus on primary education) PDF
Silvia Pellicer Ortín, Alicia Asín Abad 165-191
Integrating podcasts in the EFL classroom. A case study in 1º E.S.O. PDF
Jesús Escobar Sevilla 193-217
The effects of intensive naturalistic exposure for children in pre- and post-literacy development PDF
Rubén Chacón-Beltrán 219-239
“A good Receipt to purge”: The Medical Recipes in London, Wellcome Library, MS 8086 PDF
Teresa Marqués Aguado 241-262
English Language Development in the Nigerian Society: A Derivative of Advertising Communications PDF
Taofeek Olaiwola Dalamu 263-286


Llinares, A. & Morton, T. (eds) (2017). "Applied Linguistics Perspectives on CLIL". Amsterdam: John Benjamins. DOI 10.1075/lllt.47 PDF
Marta Jaen Campos 287-294

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