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Anglica. An International Journal of English Studies 25/3

Anglica. An International Journal of English Studies 25/3

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Małgorzata Grzegorzewska
No Fear Shakespeare?

Tadeusz Sławek
A Crack in the Shell: Reading a Few Lines from King Lear

Sabina Laskowska-Hinz
Jaques and the Wounded Stag by William Hodges, Sawrey Gilpin and George Romney: (Re)Painting Shakespeare’s Melancholic Figure

Daniel Kaczyński
William Shakespeare’s “parcels and particulars”: His (Dis)Regard for Details and Particulars in Creating Fictional Reality

Paul Innes
Seeing the Spider: The Jealous Rage of Exchange in The Winter’s Tale and Othello

James Dale
“Thou mightst have done this without thy beard and gown”: William Shakespeare and the Language of Disguise

Jacek Fabiszak
Andrzej Wajda’s Two Hamlets and One Macbeth: The Director's Struggle with Shakespearean Tragedy in the Changing Contexts of Polish History

Ivona Mišterová
“Listen to many, speak to a few”: Eduard Vojan’s Hamlet on the First Czech Stage

Anna Cetera-Włodarczyk
“I see it in my motion, have it not in my tongue”: The Slavic Sounds of Shakespeare Translations

Jerzy Wełna
On Im/Pure Rhymes in Shakespeare’s Venus and Adonis

Magdalena Tomaszewska
Some Remarks on Shall’s and a Hypothesis of Its Origin

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