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Anglica. An International Journal of English Studies 28/1

Anglica. An International Journal of English Studies 28/1

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Jacek Olesiejko
Subversive Holiness and the Building of a Christian Community 
in Cynewulf’s Juliana

Paweł Rutkowski
Animal Transformation in Early Modern English Witchcraft Pamphlets

Katarzyna Kozak
Joseph Browne: Literature and Politics in Early Eighteenth Century England

Małgorzata Rutkowska
Pleasure and Instruction: Generic Conventions in Emma Hart Willard’s 
Journal and Letters, from France and Great Britain

Mouloud Siber
Female Colonial Travel Writing as a Critique of Victorian Gender 
Stereotypes and Roles: A Case Study of F.D. Bridges’s Journal 
of a Lady’s Travels Round the World (1883)

Tahmina Mariyam
Forever Displaced?: Identity, Migration, and the Concept of Home 
in the Works of Manzu Islam, Neamat Imam, and Tahmima Anam

Paulina Stanik
No More Uncertain: The Future of the Gurkhas in the British Army

Jeremy Pomeroy
Robert Frost and the “Eye Reader”

Łukasz Muniowski
Incomplete Objects and Unfulfilled Desire: Hubert Selby Jr.’s Requiem 
for a Dream

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