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Dział bibliografii:  Literatury obce
 - Literatura powszechna
  - Historia literatury (powszechna)
Rodzaj zapisu:  książka w haśle rzeczowym
Dział bibliografii:  Literatura współczesna (powszechna)
Tytuł:  PASE Papers in Literature, Language and Culture. Proceedings of the sixth annual conference of the Polish Association for the Study of English, Puławy, April 1997
Osoby współtworzące:  [Red.] Edmund Gussman [i] Bogdan Szymanek
Wydawnictwo: Lublin: Redakcja Wydawnictw KUL [Katolickiego Uniwersytetu Lubelskiego]
Rok wydania:  1998
Opis fizyczny książki:  565 s.
Adnotacje:  [Zawiera:] Edmund Gussman, Bogdan Szymanek: Preface. * Literature and Culture: Andrzej Antoszek: World of Vogue; Surprising Logic of Postmodern Development. - Tomasz Basiuk: Currency of the Pornographic in William Gaddis's "Carpenter's Gothic". - Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz: A Comparative Study of the Treatment of Dreams in G. Chaucer and J. Milton. - Piotr Borkowski: Images in Tom Stoppard's "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead" - Beyond the Bergsonian-Deleuzian Project. - Anna Cetera: Innovation and Conformity: On Certain Aspects of the Nineteenth-Century Translations of "King Lear" [o przekładach "Króra Leara" ma język polski]. - Bożenna Chylińska: Between the World of Flesh and rhe World of Spirit: The Archetypal Human Tragedy in T.S. Eliot's "Murder in the Cathedral". - Eliza Cicha: Awaken to Regeneration: The Reader in Blake's "Prophetic Books". - Izabela Dąbrowska: Science and Technology as the Basis of Utopian Societies in Victorian and Edwardian Literature. - Antony Easthope: The Future of Literary Studies. - Jacek Fabiszak: "Thou Speaks't Like a Physician": The Role of Doctor in Shakespeare's "Pericles". - Anna Feliksik: A Japanese behind the English Mask? Japanese Qualities in "The Remains of the Day" [Kazuo Ishigury]. - Katarzyna Filipkiewicz-Spiechlanin: The Religious Background of Denise Levertov's Poetry - Hasidism and Christianity. - Agnieszka Graff: Going beyond Irony: The Artist a Young man as Reflexive Trajectory of the Self [James Joyce: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man]. - Ludmiła Gruszewska: Critics against a Canon Writer: The Discourse of Decanonization [Jon Harwood: Eliot to Derrida. The Poverty of Interpretation. Houndmills 1995; Anthony Julius: T.S. Eliot, Anti-Semitism, and Literary Form. Cambridge 1996; Perry meisel: The Myth of the Modern. A Study in British Literature and Criticism after 1850. New Haven 1987]. - Małgorzata Grzegorzewska: "Of This Vicious Volubility of Tongue": Shalespeare's "Coriolanus" and Its Legacy. - Jacek Gutorow: Poetry and Being: Francis Thompson's "Carmen Genesis". - Aleksandra Kędzierska: Some Oxford Poems G.M. Hopkins. - Lionel Kelly: Emily Dickinson and the American Civil War. - Barbara Klonowska: Metafictional Elements in [William Makepeace] Thackeray's "Vanity Fair". - Zofia Kolbuszewska: The Double Chronotope of "V.": Postmodernism and Modernism in Thomas Pynchon's First Novel. - Barbara Kowalik: [Mikhail] Bakhtin's Author-Hero Theory for literature Teaching. - Susan K.H. Kurjiaka: Authorship and Authority: Construction of Narrative Voice and Irony in Slave Autobiography [narracja w utworach autorów: Frederick Douglass, William Wells Brown, Harriet Jacobs, Harriet E. Wilson]. - Paddy Lyons: [Edmund] Spenser in Irland [E. Spencer: Short View of the Present State of Ireland (1596)]. - Cheryl Alexander Malcolm: British Bastards: Representations of Nationhood in the Novels of Anita Brookner. - Dominika Materska: Remembering Angela Carter: The Deja-lu Literature. - Grzegorz Maziarczyk: Saleem and the Reader: metafictional Seduction in Salman Rushdie's "Midnights's Children". - Magdalena Ożarska: Christopher Smart's "Seatonian Poems": The Springboard to His Later Writings. - Juliusz K. Palczewski: Aspects of War Imagery in H.G. Wells's Anti-Utopian and Utopian Works. - Marek Paryż: Spheres of Confrontation in Patrick White's "Voss". - Maria Popova: Some Aspects of Chaucer's Outlook and Artistic Devices He Uses to Express Them. - Paweł Rutkowski: "There is a Certayne Godlie Powre Unknowen...": Abstract and Impersonal God in "Utopia" by Thomas More. - Małgorzata Sikora: A Delicate Economy of Effect: Imagery in the Fiction of Flannery O'Connor and Carson McCullers. - Małgorzata Siwek: Interpreting the Wilderness: Responses to Nature in Nineteenth-Century American Travel Accounts. - Urszula Terentowicz: Centre and periphery in "To the Lighthouse" by Virginia Woolf. - Joanna Teske: The Novel: A Store of Ideas vs. a Mode of Cognition. - Katarzyna Więckowska: The Problem of Ideology in British and American Soap Operas. - Mirosława Ziaja-Buchholtz: The Fashioning of the Child in Henry James's "What Maisie Knew" and Mark Twain's "The Advetures of Tom Sawyer". - Bogusław Bierwiaczonek: "Love" as Radial Category [subkategorie semantyczne pojęcia "miłość"].
Numer zapisu:  496012 (ZS)