Małgorzata Łuczyńska-Hołdys
The Discourse of Infatuation in John Keats’s Letters and Poems to Fanny Brawne
Pavlína Flajšarová
No Matter How Long the Night, the Day is Sure to Come: Differences, Diversity and Identities in Caribbean-British Poetry since 1945
Richard Stock
Strategies in Ulysses: Reading and Re-reading the Novel
Bożena Kucała
The Demise of Rural Life in Graham Swift’s Wish You Were Here
Petr Chalupský
“Reality is the invention of unimaginative people” – the Counterfeiting and Imaginative London of Peter Ackroyd’s Chatterton
Tomáš Jajtner
Rage, Delusion and Abolitionism: Contemporary British Society in the Eyes of Peter Hitchens
Tomáš Bubík
Robert Bellah’s Concept of Civil Religion in America and the Idea of New Religion in Czech Thinking of the Twentieth Century
Tereza Jiroutová Kynčlová
Interpreter, Interlocutor, Intermediary, Traitress: An Exemplary Figure in Chicana Literature and Culture
Barbora Rumbinas
Reverberations of Native American Oratory in James Fenimore Cooper’s The Pioneers
Petr Kopecký
Not Man Apart: Ecocentric Personification in the Works of Robinson Jeffers and John Steinbeck
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Michaela Jirsová
“Red Rage” in Sherman Alexie’s Indian Killer
Šárka Bubíková
Faces of the American Gay Novel after 1945 (Review of Podoby amerického homosexuálního románu po roce 1945 by Roman Trušník)
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