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Dział bibliografii:  Literatury obce
 - Literatura amerykańska
  - Historia literatury (amerykańska)
Rodzaj zapisu:  książka w haśle rzeczowym
Dział bibliografii:  Historia literatury (brytyjska i irlandzka)
Tytuł:  Tradition and postmodernity. English and American studies and the challenge of the future. Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on English and American Literature and Language, Kraków, April 7-9, 1999
Osoby współtworzące:  [Red.] Teresa Bela, Zygmunt Mazur
Instytucja sprawcza:  Jagiellonian University. Institute of English Philology
Wydawnictwo: Kraków: Towarzystwo Autorów i Wydawców Prac Naukowych "Universitas"
Opis fizyczny książki:  [1999], 594 s.
Adnotacje:  Teresa Bela, Zygmunt Mazur: Preface. * Literature Teaching: Robert Rebder: Wordsworth to Stevens: The Problem of Summing up. - Michael Irwin: Discipline in Adversity [problematyka konferencji]. - Gerd Robmann: Teaching Literature in English at University after 2000. * English Literature: Terence McCarthy: Malory 'Nowadayes': Nostalgia in "Le Morte Darthur". - Ulrike Bethlehen: From History to Poetry and Back Again: Robin Hood [postać bohatera]. - Magdalena Bacz: 'There is no Life without Verona Walls'. Verona as an Aristotelian City-State in ""Romeo i Julia [Williama Shakespeare'a] - Jacek Fabiszak: Critical Subtext in Branagh's Production of "Hamlet" [Williama Shakespeare'a]. - Magdalena Ożarska: The Time Scheme of Christopher Smart's "Jubilate Agno". - Monika Mazurek: Thomas Day's "Sandford and Merton": Can Children's Literature Be Politically Radical? - Monika Coghen: Like the Stanzas of an Ode: On the Shape of the "Lyrical Ballads" [o poezji romantycznej]. - Joanna Piwowarska: The Biblical Motif of Captivity and Exile in Lord Byron's "Hebrew Melodies". - Karl Heinz Goeller: A Polish Napoleonist in Regensburg: Charles Count Piontkowski. A Biographical Essay. - Tatjana Potnitseva: Poetics of Personal Names in Thomas Hardy's "Tess of the D'Urbervilles". - Milda Danyte: "A Woman with All the Latest Improvements": Sarah Grand's New Woman Fiction of the 1890s in a postmodern Perspective. - Joan FitzGerald: Yeats's "Cathleen ni Houlihan" and the "Aisling". Tradition in Gaelic Poetry. - Krzysztof Fordoński: The Symbolic Usage of Water in "A Room with a View" by Edward Morgan Forster. - Anna Walczuk: Muriel Spark's Post-modern Inquiries in the Narrative Mode. - Andrzej Diniejko: The Notion of Personal Freedom in the Fiction of D.H. Lawrence and John Fowles. - Natalya Reinhold: John Fowles about the Author: Has Postmodernity Created Its Aesthetic Tradition? - Barbara Poważa-Kurko: Iris Murdoch's "The Black Prince" - a Novel and a Play. - Kristina Koch: I/She, She/I: Narrative Persona in Angela Carter's Short Fiction, - Aida Diaz Bild: "Angela's Abes": The Bittersweet Taste of Life. - Jurgen Klein: The Doubling of Janus: Magic / Science and Renaissance / Postmodernism in Peter Ackroyd's "The House of Doctor Dee". - Wolfgang Goertschacher: The Impact of Jacobean Drama on Later Dramatists: Howard Barker & Thomas Middleton's "Women Beware Women". - G.H. Timmermans: 'The Self-Reflexive Playwright": Brian Friel's "Faith Healer". - Agnieszka Ginko-Humphries: The Figure of a Black Woman in Poems from Grace Nichol's Collection "I Is a Long Memoried Woman". - Scott Thurston: Allen Fisher: The Technology of Vision. - Cheryl Alexander Malcolm: Marriage at the Millenium: Towards a British Definition in the Poetry of Carol Rumens and Anne Stevenson. - Laurence Lerner: Studing Women's Poetry. - Finn Fordham: The Hall of Mirrors: Self-Identification with/in Fiction. - Stephen C. Holt: The Cosmic Trilogy of C.S. Lewis: The Relevance of These Novels and His Religious Writings to the Theological Debates of Today. - John Ibbet: Theology After the "Death of God". * American Literature: Mirosława Ziaja-Buchholtz: What Happens in "Washington Square"? [Henry Jamesa]. - Ingrida Zindziuviene: Manifestation of Cubism in Literature - Gertrude Stein and Her 'Verbal Portraits'. - Kevin Lewis: Nathaniel West and American Apocalyptic. - Zygmunt Mazur: History and Identity in Ralph Ellison's "Invisible Man". - Katarzyna Spiechlanin: Black Mountain School of Poetry: An Experimental Approach to Poems. - Julie Campbell: Playing with the Reader and the Critic. - Małgorzata Poks: Paradoxical Nature of Reality or: What Can Be Heard in Silence. Thomas Merton's "Elias - Variations on a Theme'. - Magdalena Kwinta: Discovering the Truth of the Past in "The Book of Daniel" by E.L. Doctorow. - Marianne Szamosmenti: Tradition in the Work of a Postmodern Playwright: Sam Shepard. - Martin Schwab: Order Out of Chaos - Emergent Narration in [Thomas] Pynchon's "Gravity's Raibow". - Margarete Rubik: Rewriting the Canon: Shakespeare's "Otello" and Djanet Sear's "Harlem Duet". - Ib Johansen: The Incredible Lightness of Being: Magical Flights and Marvellous Ascensions in Fantastic Fiction from William Goyen to Paul Auster. - Piotr Zazula: The Contingent Self in Milan Kundera's and Kurt Vonnegut's Fiction.
Numer zapisu:  707576 (ZS)