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Anglica 13: Exploring: literature, culture and language

Anglica 13: Exploring: literature, culture and language


Krystyna Stamirowska
Rediscovering the past: temporal structure in Ishiguro’s When We Were Orphans

Andrzej Weseliński
David Lodge: the critic at the crossroads

Adriana Madej
Jeanette Winterson’s The Powerbooks the case of the semiotic language in use

Marek Paryż
V. S. Naipaul’s Michael X: the textual construction of postcolonial subjectivity

Katarzyna Garbal
Flaubert’s parrot or cuckold: history as (auto)biographical fiction in Julian Barnes’s Flaubert’s Parrot

Maria Błaszkiewicz
Tolkien’s evil kings

Bartlomiej Błaszkiewicz
Oral formulaic diction in the child corpus of Tam Lin

Jacek Romaniuk
“Defending America against itself”: the 1960s USA in the Polish intellectuals’ perspective

Danuta Pytlak
The link: Polish positivist influences in the immigrant USA (on the basis of Chicago’s monthly Ogniwo)

Marcin Sankowski
Why paradox? The role of paradox in interpreting catholic literature


Romuald Gozdawa-Gołębiowski
Pedagogical grammar rules: towards a new taxonomy

Marta Kisielewska
Types of enrichment: based on Polish data involving modality

Marta Sylwanowicz
Leech, doctor, physician: on the loss of prototypical meanings

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