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Anglica 14: Tendencies in literature, culture and language

Anglica 14: Tendencies in literature, culture and language


Marzena Sokołowska-Paryż
Document as literature? Some comments on the generic hybridity of Blake Morrison’s As If

Andrzej Weseliński
Ernest Hemingway: Hollywood’s portrait of the artist as a romantic hero

Dominika Materska
From the avant-garde to the autobiography. The journalism of J.G. Ballard

Paulina Kupisz
The art of re-creation: parody and pastiche in A.S. Byatt’s Morpho Eugenia

Katarzyna Garbal
Defeat of detection: Peter Ackroyd’s Hawksmoor as postmodern mystery

Malgorzata Łuczyńska
An angel behind the bar: poetic and pictorial representation of love in Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s The Blessed Damosel

Maria Błaszkiewicz
Done is a batell on the dragon blak. The theme of the fight with the monster in the literary works of J.R.R. Tolkien

Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz
The “bob and wheel” structure in two Middle English lyrics

Cezary Michoński
Thatcherism: from Victorian values to the death of society


Michael Bilynsky
Derivational constraints in the deverbal synonymy of Present-day English

Ewa Wałaszewska
Metarepresentation, denial and negation in relevance theory

Marcin Grygiel
Non-linearity and panchronic dimension of semantic changes affecting the Old English synonyms of MAN

Irmina Adamska
Why is the obvious obvious? An inference-based analysis of the Polish modal particle oczywiście ‘of course’

Magdalena Kizeweter
Translating the controversial: taboo vocabulary relating to the human body and its functions in translations of English literary texts into Polish

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