Neohelicon welcomes studies on all aspects of comparative and world literature, critical theory and practice. In the discussion of literary historical topics (including literary movements, epochs, or regions), analytical contributions based on a solidly-anchored methodology are preferred.

  • Offers studies in comparative and world literature
  • Covers literature from the Renaissance until today
  • Encourages studies that further a synthetic presentation from a comparative point of view

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  • Péter Hajdu,
  • József Pál
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1588-2810
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0324-4652
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