Victor Xavier Zarour Zarzar
Institution: The Graduate Center, CUNY
Program: Comparative Literature
Areas of Concentration: Elena Ferrante, theory of the novel, the English 19th century novel
Languages and Literatures: Spanish, English, Italian, French
Country of origin: Mexico
"Authoring Desire: Great Expectations and the Bildungsroman." Dickens Quarterly
, vol. 36 no. 4, 2019, p. 347-361. Project MUSE muse.jhu.edu/article/741655
"Bumping into the Novelistic Scaffolding: Narrative Structure in Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan Novels," Contemporary Women's Writing
, vpz016, https://doi.org/10.1093/cww/vpz016
“The Grammar of Abandonment in I giorni dell’abbandono
.” Modern Language Notes
135, 2020 (forthcoming).
Review of Nancy K. Miller's My Brilliant Friends
. Contemporary Women's Writing
, March 2019.
“A Strange Geometry: On the Poetry of Moira Egan.” NeMLA Italian Studies
Review of Lisa Mullenneaux’s Naples' Little Women
"Language in Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan Novels.” American Association of Teachers of Italian Online Working Papers,
“Fabricating Stories.” Arcade: A digital salon of Stanford University
“Do Not Touch Me” and “A Homely Odyssey.” Anamesa: An Interdisciplinary Journal
, Spring 2016.