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edited by Jacek Fabiszak, Ewa Urbaniak-Rybicka and Bartosz Wolski.

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Names: Fabiszak, Jacek. | Urbaniak-Rybicka, Ewa. | Wolski, Bartosz.
Published: Berlin ; Springer, c2013.
Series: Second language learning and teaching.
Topics: Boundaries in literature. | Culture in literature. | English literature - History and criticism. | American literature - History and criticism. | LITERARY CRITICISM / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh
Genres: Electronic books.
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245 00|aCrossroads in literature and culture|h[electronic resource] /|cedited by Jacek Fabiszak, Ewa Urbaniak-Rybicka and Bartosz Wolski.
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505 00|gPart 1.|tCrossing thresholds of literary theories and critical approaches --|tI See a Voice... /|rMałgorzata Grzegorzewska --|tA New Territory? Literary Criticism as a Literary Genre /|rTymon Adamczewski --|t25-33 /|rCutting into a New World: Reading The Cut Through Slavoj Žižek /|rRobert Kielawski --|t35-44 /|rInternal (Post)Coloniality in Anglo-Irish Literature: Crossing the Boundaries in Postcolonial Comparative Studies /|rGrzegorz Koneczniak --|tA Post-Battle Landscape: Doris Lessing's The Golden Notebook and The Cleft /|rKatarzyna Więckowska.
505 80|gPart 2.|tRemapping women's.|tmen's moral and social borders --|tNear the Riverbank: Women, Danger and Place in Dickens /|rAleksandra Budrewicz-Beratan --|tWomen with Iron in'em. Women Who Wanted Land and a Home: Female Pioneers Staking Out New Territories in the American Popular Fiction of the 1920s and 1930s /|rBarbara Leftih --|tDante Gabriel Rossetti and the Complexities of Gender /|rMałgorzata Łuczyńska-Hołdys --|tOutlaw Emotions: Carol Ann Duffy's "Eurydice", Dramatic Monologue and Victorian Women Poets /|rMagdalena Pypeć --|tThe One Great Drawback to the Life of Women is That They Cannot Act in Politics? Political Women in Anthony Trollope's Fiction /|rAgnieszka Setecka --|tTransgressing Boundaries to Metamorphose: The Outlander by Gil Adamson /|rEwa Urbaniak-Rybicka --|tForbidden Territories: the Sexual and the Social in Allan Hollinghurst's Novel The Line of Beauty /|rPrzemysław Uściński --|tWhat Haunts Hundreds Hall? Transgression in Sarah Waters' The Little Stranger /|rBarbara Braid --|tCrossing the "Gender Frontier": Cross-dressing and Male Impersonation in Sarah Waters' Tipping the Velvet (1998) /|rMalwina Degórska.
505 80|gPart 3.|tCross-language ventures --|tBlack Women are the Most Fascinating Creations in the World or How (not) to Translate Alice Walker's The Color Purple /|rMarcin Jurkowicz.
505 80|gPart 4.|tOld world, new world and the space between --|tFemale pioneers, Good Indians, and Settler Nostalgia: Colonial Ambivalence in Sally Armstrong's The Nine Lives of Charlotte Taylor /|rAnna Branach-Kallas --|tCrossing the Frontiers of Death: A Journey Through War Memories and Continents in Anne Michaels' Fugitive Pieces /|rDagmara Drewniak --|tIndia Re-loaded: Vikas Swarup's Slumdog Millionaire as a Postcolonial Novel /|rRyszard W. Wolny --|tNarration and Representation of Race in Matthew Kneale's English Passengers /|rMaciej Sulmicki --|tA Dominican-American Experience of Not Quite Successful Assimilation: Junot Diaz's The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao /|rBrygida Gasztold.
505 80|gPart 5.|tPrivate territories, social spaces --|tLouis MacNeice's Autumn Journal as a Place of Asylum in Space and an Archive in Time /|rTeresa Bruś --|tAldous Huxley and Evolving Borders of Social Space: The Changing 20th Century Society in His Essays from the 1920s /|rJoanna Jodłowska --|tRe-vision of London in Iain Sinclair's White Chappell, Scarlet Tracings /|rDominika Lewandowska --|tPhilip K. Dick: One Man's Illusion Might Invade the Reality of Others /|rArtur Skweres --|tThe Idea of Ambition as a Social Process Based on Role Transition Theory: Dyadic Power Relations in Coriolanus and Macbeth /|rNatalia Brzozowska.
505 80|gPart 6.|tAcross literary epochs, bringing together writers --|tGenius and Madness Mirrored: Rossetti's and Yeats' Reception of William Blake /|rAnna Budziak --|tBetween Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales and Peter Ackroyd's Clerkenwell Tales: A Dialogue of the Contemporary Novel and Medieval Literary Conventions /|rJoanna Bukowska --|tThomas MacGreevy and Samuel Beckett. Affinity and Controversy /|rWacław Grzybowski --|tFalse Memories, Forged Identities and Murders: Macbeth for the Twenty-First Century /|rEdyta Lorek-Jezińska.
505 80|gPart 7.|tExtending the boundaries of genre and medium --|tBeyond the Confines of Realism: Seeking New Metaphors for Memory in Kazuo Ishiguro's When We Were Orphans /|rWojciech Drąg --|tBetween a Fragment and a Whole. A Cognitive Analysis of the Gothic Fragment as a Literary Genre. A Case Study of Anna Letitia Aikin's 'Sir Bertrand: A Fragment.' /|rAnna Kędra-Kardela --|tPoe Goes Pop, or Adapting "The Fall of the House of Usher" in the 21st Century /|rAnna Krawczyk-Łaskarzewska --|tAdaptation and the Idea of the Death of the Author: The Case of Samuel Beckett /|rJadwiga Uchman --|tFrom Commodification to Communal Art: "Above Sex... Above Politics" /|rEwa Kębłowska-Ławniczak.
505 80|gPart 8.|tCountries and cultures at crossroads --|tThe Subversive Power of Father Matthias. The Poetry of Maciej Kazimierz Sarbiewski as Vehicle for Political Propaganda in England of the 17th Century /|rKrzysztof Fordoński --|tEarly Modern Travel Writing and Thomas More's Utopia: An Attempt at Literary Interpretation /|rOlga Grądziel --|tBeryl Bainbridge's The Birthday Boys: Travelling Towards the Pole of Death /|rBożena Kucała --|tCrossing Racial Frontiers in the Quest for Cultural Acceptance as Seen Through Selected Works by Jackie Kay /|rAniela Korzeniowska --|tThe Flying Dutchman's Mimetic Desire. Crossing Geographical and Moral Frontiers in Frederick Marryat's The Phantom Ship /|rJoanna Mstowska --|tForays into the Scientific Mindset: The Two Cultures in Ian McEwan's Saturday and Solar /|rStankomir Nicieja --|tTrying to Cross Frontiers of Fortress Europe: Rose Tremain's Novel The Road Home (2007) /|rAnna Maria Tomczak --|tCarnivalesque Pop. Representations of the Commonplace in British Pop Art /|rJustyna Stępień --|tRepresentation of Identities in the British Arts Policy of the 1980s /|rKatarzyna Kociołek --|tThe Coenesque Zones: Alternative American Settings Beyond the Constraints of Everyday Logic in the Cinematic Works of Joel and Ethan Coen /|rJakub Ligor --|tCrossing Frontiers, Staking Out New Territories: Hollywood Remaking British Crime Locations in Get Carter /|rAgnieszka Rasmus --|tFrom the New Right to the Da Vinci Code: Transformations of the Conspiracy Theorist After the Second World War /|rMichał Różycki --|tThe "Cultural Turn" and the Changing Face of the Humanities in Poland /|rUrszula Terentowicz-Fotyga.
520 |aThe book contains a selection of papers focusing on the idea of crossing boundaries in literary and cultural texts composed in English. The authors come from different methodological schools and analyse texts coming from different periods and cultures, trying to find common ground (the theme of the volume) between the apparently generically and temporarily varied works and phenomena. In this way, a plethora of perspectives is offered, perspectives which represent a high standard both in terms of theoretical reflection and in-depth analysis of selected texts. Consequently, the volume is addressed to a wide scope of both scholars and students working in the field of English and American literary and cultural studies; furthermore, it will be of interest also to students interested in theoretical issues linked with investigations into literature and culture.
588 |aDescription based on print version record.
650 0|aBoundaries in literature.
650 0|aCulture in literature.
650 0|aEnglish literature|xHistory and criticism.
650 0|aAmerican literature|xHistory and criticism.
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655 0|aElectronic books.
700 1 |aFabiszak, Jacek.
700 1 |aUrbaniak-Rybicka, Ewa.
700 1 |aWolski, Bartosz.
776 08|iPrint version:|tCrossroads in literature and culture.|dBerlin ; London : Springer, 2012|z9783642219931|w(OCoLC)760292058
830 0|aSecond language learning and teaching.
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