Jiří Flajšar
Richard Hugo on Skye: Tragicomic Poetry of the Self
Stanislav Kolář
Relocated from an Elevator to a Cattle Car: Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma in Thane Rosenbaum’s Elijah Visible
Ivan Lacko
Tracey Scott Wilson’s Buzzer and the Myth of Post-racial America
Roman Trušník
Coming Out in an Alternative World in Marion Zimmer Bradley’s The Heritage of Hastur and Sharra’s Exile
Michaela Weiss
“Daddies” in Controversial Memoirs and Confessions: Laurie Sandell and Sylvia Plath
Olga Boinitska
A Bridge over the Waterland: Linking the Past with the Present in Graham Swift’s Ever After
Petr Chalupský
The Might and Glory of the City Celebrated – London’s Theatricality in Peter Ackroyd’s The Clerkenwell Tales
Janka Kaščáková
“The greatest of all garden parties” – the Great War, Memory and Myth in Katherine Mansfield’s Critical Writing 1910s
Ivona Mišterová
Space, Time and Poker: Symbolic and Actual Relocation in Dealer’s Choice
Petra Smažilová
Women Playwrights in the Suffrage Era
Alice Sukdolová
Crossing the Boundary: The Space of Hardy’s Wessex Novels
Alice Tihelková
Portrayal of the North-South Divide in the British Press
Zuzana Husárová, Bogumiła Suwara
Literature Coded for Marked Quick Response
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Ewelina Chiu
Hyperreality and Consumer Society—J.G Ballard’s Kingdom Come
Kristýna Pípalová
“Father, You’re Driving Me Mad”: Transmission of Trauma in Spiegelman’s Maus
Šárka Svitáková
Fear in the Works of Edgar Allan Poe and Howard Phillips Lovecraft
Monika Tekielová
Orthodox Judaism through the Eyes of Women Characters in Rebecca Goldstein’s Mazel
Richard A. Betts
Review of Contemporary Literature in English: Selected Historical, Social and Cultural Contexts by Jana Javorčíková
Libuše Hornová
Review of Non-Literary and Literary Text in Translation (based on an analysis of an EU institutional-legal text and novel excerpt “The Shack” by William P. Young) by Klaudia Bednárová-Gibová
Petra Smažilová
Beyond the Bounds: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Literary Theory (Review of Příspěvky k mezinárodní teorii literatury edited by JaroslavKovář)
Ladislav Vít
Violence as a Trope in Modernist Fiction (Review of Violence in Early Modernist Fiction: The Secret Agent, Tarr and Women in Love by Izabela Curyłło-Klag)