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Mgr. Zénó Vernyik, Ph.D.

Mgr. Zénó Vernyik, Ph.D. QR VCARD
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Publications

  1. Z. Vernyik, M. Wessel, H. MacAdam, S. Ingle, U. Klawitter, A. Eged, K. Kacsinecz, S. Deisler, J. Calder, M. Inbari, L. Gordon, Arthur Koestler's Fiction and the Genre of the Novel: Rubashov and Beyond, Lanham, MD, Lexington Books, 1, ISBN: 978-1-79362-225-9, 302 pages, [Online], 2021
  2. Z. Vernyik, Can There Be Multiple Keys? The Age of Longing and the Genre of the Roman-à-clef, Arthur Koestler's Fiction and the Genre of the Novel: Rubashov and Beyond, Lanham, MD, Lexington Books, 1, ISBN: 978-1-79362-225-9, p. 33-57, 25 pages, 2021
  3. Z. Vernyik, From Reviving the Dinosaur to Reconnecting with the Visionary: An Introduction to the Volume and an Overview of the State of Koestler Studies, Arthur Koestler's Fiction and the Genre of the Novel: Rubashov and Beyond, Lanham, MD, Lexington Books, 1, ISBN: 978-1-79362-225-9, p. „xv“-"xxxix&, 25 pages, 2021
  4. Z. Vernyik, „Exceptionally Feeble“? The Role of Circumcision in Arthur Koestler's Thieves in the Night, Ostrava Journal of English Philology, Ostrava, Ostravská univerzita, p. 25-41, 17 pages, ISSN: 1803-8174, n. 2, [Online], 2019
  5. Z. Vernyik, „Through a Glass, Darkly“: The (Im)possibility of Detection in The Black Mirror, Crime and Detection in Contemporary Culture, Szeged, Americana eBooks, ISBN: 9786155423512, p. 108-121, 14 pages, [Online], 2019
  6. Z. Vernyik, M. Vránová, D. Palatinus, M. Gregorová, M. Marková, P. Anténe, S. Klapcsik, Z. Dragon, E. Weissmann, Crime and Detection in Contemporary Culture, Szeged, Americana eBooks, ISBN: 9786155423512, 145 pages, [Online], 2019
  7. Z. Vernyik, „We Are Trained to Be Cynical“: Arthur Koestler's The Call-Girls as a Campus Novel, Brno Studies in English, Brno, Masarykova univerzita, p. 157-175, 19 pages, ISSN: 0524-6881, n. 2, [Online], 2018
  8. S. Klapcsik, Z. Vernyik, Interpreting Migration: An International Multidisciplinary Conference, 2017
  9. Z. Vernyik, „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, Atlantis, Madrid, ASOC ESPANOLA ESTUDIOS ANGLO-NORTEAMERICANOS-AEDEAN, p. 71-88, 18 pages, ISSN: 1989-6840, n. 1, [Online], 2016
  10. Z. Vernyik, „Straight out of the button-molder's own ladle“: On the complexity of characters in Arthur Koestler's Thieves in the Night, International Journal of English Studies, Murcia, Universidad de Murcia, p. 25-43, 19 pages, ISSN: 1989-6131, n. 2, [Online], 2016