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Anglica. An International Journal of English Studies 27/1

Anglica. An International Journal of English Studies 27/1

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Jacek Olesiejko
Emotional Communities in Ælfric’s Maccabees

Piotr Kałowski
“Vain dalliance with misery”: Moral Therapy in William Wordsworth’s “The Ruined Cottage”

Shoshannah Ganz
Reading and Resituating Charles Sangster’s The St. Lawrence and the Saguenay as a Canadian Pilgrimage Poem

Małgorzata Rutkowska
“My lot is cast in with my sex and country”: Generic Conventions, Gender Anxieties and American Identity in Emma Hart Willard’s and Catherine Maria Sedgwick’s Travel Letters

Karolina Korycka
Rage and Rebellion in Louisa May Alcott’s “A Whisper in the Dark”

Katarzyna Kociołek
London’s Suffragettes, Votes for Women, and Fashion

Abid Vali
Genius, Appropriation and Transnational Collaboration in Ezra Pound’s Cathay

Wit Pietrzak and Karolina Marzec
“Such beauty transforming the dark”: Wallace Stevens’s Project in Frank Ormsby’s “Fireflies”

Quan Manh Ha and Conor Hogan
The Violence of Duality in Adrienne Kennedy’s Funnyhouse of a Negro

Anna Orzechowska
“I’ll risk you, if you’ll risk me”: The Ambiguity of Human Existence and Relationships in Marilyn Duckworth’s Married Alive

Dagmara Drewniak
“[They] would say she was betraying Poland already”: Major Themes in Contemporary Canadian Literature by Writers of Polish Origins

Maximilian Feldner
“Survival is insufficient”: The Postapocalyptic Imagination of Emily St. John Mandel’s Station Eleven

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