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Anglica 19: Literature and culture in context

Anglica 19: Literature and culture in context

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Anna Walczuk, Jagiellonian University
Divine and human: God in the 20th-century English novel

Krystyna Kujawińska-Courney, University of Łódź
Shakespeare's The Rape of Lucrece: preliminary survey of its literary and dramaturgical appropriations

Magdalena Pypeć, University of Warsaw
Victorian appropriations of Shakespeare: Macbeth and The Mystery of Edwin Drood

Audrone Raškauskiene, Vytautas Magnus University
Composing the self in Anna Radcliffe and Mary Wollstonecraft's autobiographical writing

Małgorzata Łuczyńska-Hołdys, University of Warsaw
Young man's delusion: fatality in John Keats's Time's Sea and La Belle Dame sans Merci

Adriana Madej-Stang, University of Warsaw
The image of a magician in John Fowles's The Magus

Magdalena Popiel, University of Warsaw
The art of writing as a way to achieve moral rebirth in Ian McEvan's Atonement

Edyta Świerczyńska, University of Warsaw
Charles Dickens in the nineteenth century and beyond

Katarzyna Pytel, University of Rzeszów
Different yet similar: the narrator and the knight in Geoffrey Chaucer's Book of the Duchess

Izabella Penier, Academy of Humanities and Economics
Engendering the national history of Haiti in Edwidge Danticat's Krick? Krack!

Mariusz Bęcławski, University of Warsaw
Tracing the development of music in Britain before the Norman Conquest

Dominka Lewandowska, University of Warsaw
Photo-text dialectics in Iain Sinclair's re-vision of London

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