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Editorial Submission Guidelines


To secure the fairness of reviewing process, the author should remove all his/her identifiable remarks and name from the manuscript. When needed, the author has to be referred as "he" or "she." On the separate page of the manuscript, the author should provide the author''s name, affiliation, address, home/office phone number, email address, and cell phone number. Acknowledgement can be added later once the article is accepted.


All articles should conform to the requirements of the latest version of MLA Style Manual from the Modern Language Association. JELL will not accept essays already published or under consideration elsewhere.


All sources cited in the text must be included alphabetically in the reference list. Below are examples of entries for, respectively, a book, a journal article, or newspaper article.


Daiches, David. The Novel and the Modern World. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1984. Print.
Teller, Sharon R. "What Huck Finn Did to the River: Ecology and Adventure at Odds." New Literary History 33 (1999): 529-39. Print.
"The Slave Tragedy in Cincinnati." New York Daily Times 2 Feb. 1856: 3.
ProQuest Historical Newspapers The New York Times (1851-2003). Web. 1 March 2013.


The length of the article should be between 5,000~7,000 words, which includes the footnotes but excludes the Works Cited. The article should include the abstract of no more than 250 words and 5 keywords. The author should provide his/her information to be included in the article in approximately 50~70 words, using the Bold text only for name. See the sample:


Steve Kim is Associate Professor and Chairperson of English at the University of California. He teaches British Romantic Poetry and Nineteenth-Century Literature. He has published on Wordsworth, Coleridge, Keats, Bram Stoker, Mary Shelley, and others. He is currently working on Romanticism and public opinion. Email: ellak1198@hanmail.net


The article should be sent by email to the ELLAK's e-mail address: ellak1198@hanmail.net. Articles can be submitted at any time of the year, and there will be no deadline for submission. When his/her article is accepted to be published, the author is responsible for the publication fee in the amount of ₩250,000 Korean Won in general and ₩400,000 Korean Won if the article receives financial support from any sources.


JELL Editorial Board Review Process and Publishing Guidelines

Editor-in-Chief shall nominate reviewers for each submitted article. Based on the reviews, the Editorial Board shall make the final decision as to whether each submission is to be published in the journal. Articles submitted will be reviewed any time of the year and will be sent to five reviewers, including two international scholars, whose area of expertise includes the subject of the manuscript.


Reviewers will score the article out of 10 points, and rate each category by A, B, C and D. The rate from each categories should be reflected in the final score.


The Editorial Board shall make the final decision as to whether each submission is to be published in the journal according to the following agenda.
(1) Add the total score from the five reviewers and find the average score out of 10.
(2) The manuscript will be rated as 'publish with revisions,' (10~7.5 points) 'revise and submit for reevaluation,' (7.49~5.5 points) or ''eject' (under 5.5 points).
(3) The criteria for the reevaluation is the same as the first evaluation.


The writer will be informed of whether the article will be published or not within 50 days of submission. Articles which is submitted for reevaluation take longer.


The author should pay the reviewing fee of ₩.30,000 Korean Won when s/he submits an article. The reviewers would be paid a certain amount of evaluation fee.


Publication of more than two articles by the same writer per year is not allowed in principle.


JELL is published four times a year by the English Language and Literature Association of Korea. March and September issues are published in English only, and June and December issues are published in both English and Korean.


The dates of publication scheduled for the spring, summer, fall, and winter issues of the journal shall be March 31, June 30, September 30, and December 31, respectively. The ELLAK reserves all the copyrights of submitted articles.


Manuscripts are accepted for review with the understanding that the same work has not been submitted elsewhere, or previously published. Copyright@2013 The English Language and Literature Association of Korea (ELLAK). All rights reserved. This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/) which permits unrestricted non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.


The journal and all the articles which are published in the journal should observe the Ethics Standards for Research and Publication of ELLAK.


Works Cited*

Archard, David. Consciousness and the Unconscious. La Salle: Open Court, 1984.
Derrida, Jacques. The Post Card: From Socrates to Freud and Beyond. Trans. Alan Bass. Chicago: Chicago UP, 1987. Print.
Doh, Jung-il. "The Unconscious and Desire: Freud and Lacan." Cultural Science Spring 1993: 97-119. Print.
[도정일. 「무의식과 욕망—프로이트와 라깡의 경우」. 『문화과학』3. 1993 봄 97-119.]
Eagleton, Terry. Literary Theory: An Introduction. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1983. Print.
Felman, Shoshana. "To Open the Question." Literature and Psychoanalysis: The Question of Reading: Otherwise. Ed. Shoshana Felman. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1982. 5-10. Print.
Freud, Sigmund. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud. 24 Vols. Trans. and Ed. James Strachey. London: Hogarth P, 1958. Abbreviated as SE. Print.
Hartman, Geoffrey. Saving the Text: Literature/Derrida/Philosophy. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1981. Print.
Holland, Norman N. The Dynamics of Literary Response. New York: W.W. Norton, 1968. Print.
_______. Poems in Persons. New York: W. W. Norton, 1973. Print.
Jakobson, Roman. Language in Literature. Ed. Krystyna Pomorska and Stephen Rudy. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard UP, 1987. Print.
Johnson, Barbara. The Critical Difference: Essay in Contemporary Rhetoric of Reading. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1980. Print.
Kim, Jun-Oh. "Korean Literature and Psychoanalysis: Its Reception and Perspective."
Poetry & Thought Winter 1989: 79-92. Print.
[김준오. 「한국문학과 정신분석—수용사적 검토와 그 전망」. 『 현대시사상』. 1989 겨울. 79-82.]
Lacan, Jacques. "Seminar on 'The Purloined Letter.'" Trans. Jeffrey Mehlman. Yale French Studies 48 (1972): 34-72. Print.
_____. E´crits: A Selection. Trans. Alan Sheridan. New York: W. W. Norton, 1977. Print.
_____. The Four Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalysis. Trans. Alan Sheridan. New York: W. W. Norton, 1977. Print.
Laplanche, Jean and Serge Leclaire. "The Unconscious: a Psychoanalytic Study." Trans. Patrik Coleman. Yale French Studies 48 (1972): 118-75. Print.
Park, Chan-Bu. "Psychoanalysis of Freud and Lacan." Sungkok Publications 22 (1991): 1709-44. Print.
[박찬부. 「프로이트와 라깡의 정신분석학」. 『성곡논총』 22. 1991, 1709-44.]
Trilling, Lionel. "Freud and Literature." Freud: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Perry Meisel. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1981. 95-111. Print.
* 위의 예는 1993년도 재남논문상 수상작의 "인용문헌"을 이용하되 포괄적인 예가 되
도록 필자와 의논하여 몇 개의 국내문헌을 덧붙였다.



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