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Anglica 17: Debating literature and culture

Anglica 17: Debating literature and culture

Krystyna Stamirowska
Language of ideology and construction of identity in Julian Barnes’s The Porcupine

Dominika Oramus
Memories of Hollywood in Angela Carter’s The Passion of New Eve and “The Merchant of Shadows”

Andrzej Weseliński
Music and song in Louis de Bernières’s Captain Corelli’s Mandolin

Malgorzata Łuczyńska-Hołdys
From the mere dreamer to the true poet: John Keats’s poetic theory in The Fall of Hyperion

Maria Błaszkiewicz
Tolkien’s warrior-kings

Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz
Oral-formulaic diction in the Middle English tail-rhyme romance

Andrzej Diniejko
Mismatched marriages and sexual politics in George Eliot’s Middlemarch

Magdalena Popiel
The role of art in human life in Ian McEwan’s Saturday

Paulina Bielawska
In quest of global spectatorship: Gurinder Chadha’s Bend It Like Beckham

Maciej Reda
“Faith is common sense transfigured”: Chesterton’s Father Brown as a figure of common sense

Grzegorz Buczyński
The problem of (in)consistency in Mervyn Peake’s The Gormenghast Trilogy

Joanna Stolarek
Martin Amis’s Night Train: a pastiche of the classical detective story or hard-boiling metaphysics?

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