Šárka Bubíková
Gains and Losses of Immigration in Julia Alvarez: How the García Girls Lost Their Accents
Petr Chalupský
Biting Divagations – Self-discoveries in Ian McEwan’s Black Dogs
Kathleen Dubs
Sleeping in Beowulf
Janka Kaščáková
Meeting of the Traditional and the Modern: Jane Austen’s Emma and Katherine Mansfield’s “A Cup of Tea”
Marija Knežević
Sherman Alexie’s Version and Subversion of Native Američan Storytelling Tradition
Karla Kovalová
Piecing Memories, Connecting Lives: The (Inter)Textual Quilt in Phyllis Alesia Perry’s Stigmata
Christopher E. Koy
“You is got a monst’us heap ter l’arn yit”: Charles Chesnutt’s Revisions of Albion Tourgée’s ‘Carpetbagger’
and ‘White Negro’ Characters
Bożena Kucała
Tom Stoppard’s The Invention of Love: the Invention of Tradition
Katarína Labudová
“Myth is more instructive than history.”: (Re)constructions of Biblical Myths in Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale and Angela Carter’s The Passion of New Eve
Ivan Lacko
Challenging the Angel: Dramatic Defamiliarization in Angels in America
David Levente Palatinus
From the Pictorial Turn to the Embodiment of Vision
Jozef Pecina
Antebellum Sensational Novels and Subversion of Domesticity
Ewa Rychter
Like a Grain of Sand Irritating an Oyster. Howard Jacobson’s The Very Model of a Man and the Bible
Krystyna Stamirowska
On Reading, Readers and Authors
Anna Světlíková
Type, Allegory, Symbol: Jonathan Edwards and Literary Traditions
Paul Titchmarsh
Alternative Histories: Philip Roth and The Plot Against America
Roman Trušník
Christopher Isherwood: A Major Model for the Margin?
Studentské příspěvky:
Ivana Marvánová
“Migrant Mother”: the Depression Era Madonna
Recenze knih:
“What is the Citie, but the People? True, the People are the Citie.” by Ladislav Vít
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