Krisztina Kaló, Associate Professor, Eszterházy Károly University, Eger, Hungary, does research in classical and modern epistolary novels in European and North American literature. Her field of research also covers the most recent forms of epistolarity, such as the use of email or text messages in literary works. She published articles and chapters on various aspects of epistolarity, intertextuality and translation in Vermes, ed. A fordítás arcai: Ünnepi kötet [Aspects of Translation: A Jubilee Volume] (Líceum Kiadó, 2019), Revue D’Études Françaises (2018.22, 2014.19), Performa (2018.7), Eger Journal of English Studies (2017), Nagyvilág (2015.1), Synergies Pologne (2005.2, 2007.4), Gyimesi, Koncz, Kőrös, Kovács, and Pálfy, eds., Prismes irisés (Klebelsberg Kuno Egyetemi Kiadó, 2006). As co-translator, she was involved in the publication of Kelemen Mikes’s eighteenth-century epistolary fiction in France, Lettres de Turquie [Letters from Turkey] (Honoré Champion, 2011).
Baker, John, Marion Leclair, and Allan Ingram, eds. Writing and Constructing the Self in Great Britain in the Long Eighteenth Century. Manchester: Manchester UP, 2019. xiii + 288 pages. ISBN 978-1-5261-2336-7. Hb. £80.00.