Yearbook of Comparative Literature

Yearbook of Comparative Literature

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The Yearbook of Comparative Literature (YCL) is dedicated to the publication of theoretically informed research in literary studies with a comparative, intercultural, or interdisciplinary emphasis. We invite articles on the comparative study of the arts, film studies with a focus on literature, international literary relations, pedagogy, and the theory and practice of translation, as well as on the study of genres and modes, themes and motifs, periods and movements. The Yearbook of Comparative Literature is published annually under the auspices of the Department of Comparative Literature at Indiana University--Bloomington.

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E-ISSN: 1947-2978
ISSN: 0084-3695
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Sally Morrell


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YCL publishes scholarly articles on aspects of literature consistent with its mission statement. Original submissions should be 15-25 double-spaced typewritten pages in length. The author's name should appear only in the cover letter and should be removed from the submission. Once accepted for publication, manuscripts should meet the following criteria:
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