Fabiszak, Jacek

Crossroads in Literature and Culture

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Table of contents

1. I See a Voice…
Małgorzata Grzegorzewska

2. A New Territory? Literary Criticism as a Literary Genre
Tymon Adamczewski

3. Cutting into a New World: Reading The Cut Through Slavoj Žižek
Robert Kielawski

4. Internal (Post)Coloniality in Anglo-Irish Literature: Crossing the Boundaries in Postcolonial Comparative Studies
Grzegorz Koneczniak

5. A Post-Battle Landscape: Doris Lessing’s The Golden Notebook and The Cleft

Katarzyna Więckowska

6. Near the Riverbank: Women, Danger and Place in Dickens
Aleksandra Budrewicz-Beratan

7. “Women with Iron in’em. Women Who Wanted Land and a Home”: Female Pioneers Staking Out New Territories in the American Popular Fiction of the 1920s and 1930s
Barbara Leftih

8. Dante Gabriel Rossetti and the Complexities of Gender
Małgorzata Łuczyńska-Hołdys

9. “Outlaw Emotions”: Carol Ann Duffy’s “Eurydice”, Dramatic Monologue and Victorian Women Poets
Magdalena Pypeć

10. “The One Great Drawback to the Life of Women is That They Cannot Act in Politics”? Political Women in Anthony Trollope’s Fiction
Agnieszka Setecka

11. Transgressing Boundaries to Metamorphose: The Outlander by Gil Adamson
Ewa Urbaniak-Rybicka

12. Forbidden Territories: the Sexual and the Social in Allan Hollinghurst’s Novel The Line of Beauty

Przemysław Uściński

13. What Haunts Hundreds Hall? Transgression in Sarah Waters’ The Little Stranger

Barbara Braid

14. Crossing the “Gender Frontier”: Cross-dressing and Male Impersonation in Sarah Waters’ Tipping the Velvet (1998)
Malwina Degórska

15. “Black Women are the Most Fascinating Creations in the World” or How (not) to Translate Alice Walker’s The Color Purple

Marcin Jurkowicz

16. Female pioneers, Good Indians, and Settler Nostalgia: Colonial Ambivalence in Sally Armstrong’s The Nine Lives of Charlotte Taylor

Anna Branach-Kallas

17. Crossing the Frontiers of Death: A Journey Through War Memories and Continents in Anne Michaels’ Fugitive Pieces
Dagmara Drewniak

18. India Re-loaded: Vikas Swarup’s Slumdog Millionaire as a Postcolonial Novel
Ryszard W. Wolny

19. Narration and Representation of Race in Matthew Kneale’s English Passengers
Maciej Sulmicki

20. A Dominican-American Experience of Not Quite Successful Assimilation: Junot Diaz’s The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

Brygida Gasztold

21. Louis MacNeice’s Autumn Journal as a Place of Asylum in Space and an Archive in Time
Teresa Bruś

22. Aldous Huxley and Evolving Borders of Social Space: The Changing 20th Century Society in His Essays from the 1920s
Joanna Jodłowska

23. Re-vision of London in Iain Sinclair’s White Chappell, Scarlet Tracings

Dominika Lewandowska

24. Philip K. Dick: One Man’s Illusion Might Invade the Reality of Others
Artur Skweres

25. The Idea of Ambition as a Social Process Based on Role Transition Theory: Dyadic Power Relations in Coriolanus and Macbeth

Natalia Brzozowska

26. Genius and Madness Mirrored: Rossetti’s and Yeats’ Reception of William Blake
Anna Budziak

27. Between Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales and Peter Ackroyd’s Clerkenwell Tales: A Dialogue of the Contemporary Novel and Medieval Literary Conventions
Joanna Bukowska

28. Thomas MacGreevy and Samuel Beckett. Affinity and Controversy
Wacław Grzybowski

29. False Memories, Forged Identities and Murders: Macbeth for the Twenty-First Century
Edyta Lorek-Jezińska

30. Beyond the Confines of Realism: Seeking New Metaphors for Memory in Kazuo Ishiguro’s When We Were Orphans

Wojciech Drąg

31. Between a Fragment and a Whole. A Cognitive Analysis of the Gothic Fragment as a Literary Genre. A Case Study of Anna Letitia Aikin’s ‘Sir Bertrand: A Fragment.’
Anna Kędra-Kardela

32. Poe Goes Pop, or Adapting “The Fall of the House of Usher” in the 21st Century
Anna Krawczyk-Łaskarzewska

33. Adaptation and the Idea of the Death of the Author: The Case of Samuel Beckett
Jadwiga Uchman

34. From Commodification to Communal Art: “Above Sex… Above Politics”
Ewa Kębłowska-Ławniczak

35. The Subversive Power of Father Matthias. The Poetry of Maciej Kazimierz Sarbiewski as Vehicle for Political Propaganda in England of the 17th Century
Krzysztof Fordoński

36. Early Modern Travel Writing and Thomas More’s Utopia: An Attempt at Literary Interpretation
Olga Grądziel

37. Beryl Bainbridge’s The Birthday Boys: Travelling Towards the Pole of Death
Bożena Kucała

38. Crossing Racial Frontiers in the Quest for Cultural Acceptance as Seen Through Selected Works by Jackie Kay
Aniela Korzeniowska

39. The Flying Dutchman’s Mimetic Desire. Crossing Geographical and Moral Frontiers in Frederick Marryat’s The Phantom Ship

Joanna Mstowska

40. Forays into the Scientific Mindset: The Two Cultures in Ian McEwan’s Saturday and Solar

Stankomir Nicieja

41. Trying to Cross Frontiers of Fortress Europe: Rose Tremain’s Novel The Road Home (2007)
Anna Maria Tomczak

42. Carnivalesque Pop. Representations of the Commonplace in British Pop Art
Justyna Stępień

43. Representation of Identities in the British Arts Policy of the 1980s
Katarzyna Kociołek

44. The Coenesque Zones: Alternative American Settings Beyond the Constraints of Everyday Logic in the Cinematic Works of Joel and Ethan Coen
Jakub Ligor

45. Crossing Frontiers, Staking Out New Territories: Hollywood Remaking British Crime Locations in Get Carter

Agnieszka Rasmus

46. From the New Right to the Da Vinci Code: Transformations of the Conspiracy Theorist After the Second World War
Michał Różycki

47. The “Cultural Turn” and the Changing Face of the Humanities in Poland
Urszula Terentowicz-Fotyga

Keywords: Linguistics, Languages and Literature, Sociolinguistics

Publication year
Second Language Learning and Teaching
Page amount
16 pages

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