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Tytuł English and American Studies in the Age of Global Communication. Literature and Language and Culture
Redakcja Volume1
Wydawnictwo Tertium
Seria Languages, Literatures and Cultures in Contact
Rok wydania 2013, 2012
Miejsce wydania Kraków
Numer wydania 1
Wersja językowa angielska
Liczba stron 377 + 514
Format Vol.1 - 14,8x21,1 cm, Vol.2 - 16x20 cm
Oprawa miękka
ISBN/ISSN/ISMN 978-83-61678-64-9, 978-83-61678-68-7

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Contents:

Preface

Valentine Cunningham
This is the Place: Literary Knowing and Not Knowing

Dominika Ruszkiewicz
The Meeting of the English and Scottish Cultures in The Kingis Quair by James I of Scotland

Teresa Bałuk-Ulewiczowa
Poland and Polonius in Shakespeare’s Hamlet: A Re-Examination

Maciej Piątek
Spectropoematics, or How to Talk with Ghosts

Enrico Benella
What Women Want, or the Loathly Lady and the Invisible Stage

Anna Bugajska
The King of Dunces and a Simple Child

Anna Miegoń
Literary History, The Ladies’ Diary and the Enigma Poem

Wenjuan Yuan
Toward a Cognitive Account of Wordsworth’s Immersion into Nature

Monika Mazurek
Religious Dialogue or Monologue? George Borrow’s Encounters with the Other in the Iberian Peninsula

Anthony Barker
The Afterlife in Film and Media of Dickens’s Ebenezer Scrooge

Ildiko Domotor
Home Among the Gum Trees: Colonial Gentlewomen’s Attitude Towards the Australian Flora and Fauna

Agnieszka Setecka
“The fashion of our enemies across the Channel”: Representations of French Fashions in Dinah Craik’s and Mary Haweis’s Writing

Maria Perzyńska
“Is not this something more than idle play”: Reverie in Pre-Raphaelite Poetry

Barbara Rumbinas
Dying To Be True: Allegory and Symbolism in James Fenimore Cooper’s The Wept of Wish-Ton-Wish

Sylvain Belluc
Giving Dublin to the World: James Joyce’s Linguistic Claim to Universality in Dubliners

Przemysław Michalski
A Brief Examination of Iserian Aesthetics in T. S. Eliot’s “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”

Piotr Podemski
British and Foreign Inspirations in Oswald Mosley’s “The Greater Britain” (1932)

Caterina Novak
Reading the Victorian Nightmare: A Cognitive Approach to Marghanita Laski’s The Victorian Chaise-Longue (1953)

Paul Titchmarsh
Authority and Authenticity: The Private and the Public in Robert Lowell’s Poetry

Joanna Dybiec-Gajer
Touristic Modes of Travel Experience in Mark Twain’sInnocents Abroad and Zbigniew Herbert’s Barbarzyńca w ogrodzie

Michał Palmowski
The Mexican Dream: The Image of Mexico in Jack Kerouac’s On the Road

Roya Yaghoubi
“Lost in the Funhouse”: The Author’s Funhouse/“Prisonhouse” of Language

Robert Kusek
Autrebiography versus Autobiography in J. M. Coetzee’s The Master of Petersburg

Dominika Lewandowska
Picturing London: Robert Frank’s Photography and Iain Sinclair’s Prose

Ewa Kowal
The Novel and the Internet: William Gibson’s Post-9/11 Novel Pattern Recognition

Nina Liewald
The Possibilities of “Hybridity” and Multiculturalism in a Globalised World: Hanif Kureishi’s England from the 1970s till Today

Joanna Maciulewicz
“To Live Otherwise on the Page”: The Irreconcilability of the Stories of Empire in David Dabydeen’s A Harlot’s Progress

Maria Błaszkiewicz
“Beware of Trojans, the complete smeg-heads!” Cultures in Contact:The Mock Epic, the Contemporary British Fantastic and the Trojan War


Languages, Literatures and Cultures in Contact: English and American Studies in the Age of Global Communication Volume 2: Language and Culture

Contents:

Preface

Part I Multidisciplinary approaches to language studies

Elżbieta Chrzanowska-Kluczewska
Caught in the web of worlds: Modalities of oneiric discourse and Freudian figuration in Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Unconsoled

Olga Vorobyova
Caught in the web of worlds: Postmodernist wanderings through the ASC labyrinths in Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Unconsoled – Philosophy, emotions, perception

Hans-Jürgen Diller
Historical Semantics, corpora, and the unity of English Studies

Barbara Bacz
For the conceptualization approach to meaning: Evidence from languages in contact

Branka Drljača Margić
Croatian university students’ perception of stylistic and domain-based differences between Anglicisms and their native equivalents

Dobromiła Jagiełła
On the syntactic and discourse/pragmatic aspects of parenthetical constructions: Evidence from English and Polish

Part II Computer-mediated discourse

Jolanta Łącka-Badura
Global leaders, product pioneers, centres of excellence: The linguistic representation of an ideal employer in British online job ads

Anna Tereszkiewicz
Global trends in mainstream citizen journalism

Marianna Lya Zummo
Health on the net: The doctor answers

Yen-Liang Lin
Lexical features of adolescent online intercultural communication

Marta Dąbrowska
“You look fab on this pic!”: Gender and age in Facebook communication

Part III English studies at university level

Anna Niżegorodcew
Communicative competence, individual differences and L2 learning theories: A theoretical background for an MA applied linguistics course

Danuta Gabryś-Barker
At the initiation stage: Pre-service teachers in their period of school placement

Alan S. Weber
English studies in the Middle East

Part IV Teaching EFL: Focus on the language classroom

Mirosław Pawlak
Corrective feedback during fluency-oriented activities: Challenging the myths

Monika Kusiak
How “educated” is educational talk in an academic FL classroom?

Ewa Donesch-Jeżo
Integrating corpus work into teaching academic discourse writing to university students

Marcin Kleban
Division of labour in a collaborative writing task

Joanna Rokita-Jaśkow
Motives for early foreign language learning and parental educational aspirations in the era of globalization

Part V Culture: Film as the medium of globalisation

Claudia Ioana Doroholschi
Sex, art and Beethoven: The languages of sexuality in Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange

Piotr Olański
Contemporary flâneur in Tokyo: Analysis of a non-western city in Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation

Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz
On the figure of the devil in Neil Young’s Greendale

Dominika Oramus
Messengers of “self-help” and “well-being”: The use of angels in contemporary popular culture

Part VI Topics in translation studies

Agata Hołobut
Individualization of film characters in subtitling and voice-over

Alina Szwajczuk, Arkadiusz Kaczorowski
Why university is not always the optimum choice: On incompatible translations of tertiary school names in Poland

Iwona Staniszewska
Sailing into unknown waters: Popularizing Latin American literature and the translator’s visibility

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