Studia Anglica Posnaniensia: international review of English Studies

Articles from Vol. 51, No. 4, December

Heteroglossia and Fragmentariness in the Absent Therapist by Will Eaves
1.Introduction Among the six works shortlisted for the second edition of the Goldsmiths Prize --established in 2013 to "celebrate ... creative daring ... and to reward fiction that breaks the mould or extends the possibilities of the novel form--was...
Repetition as Trapped Emotion in Tennessee Williams's the Glass Menagerie
Repetition as a linguistic and stylistic device is used in many plays by Tennessee Williams, one of the greatest twentieth century American dramatists rivalled only by Eugene O'Neill and Arthur Miller (Kolin 1998: ix). This has not passed unnoticed,...
The Absurd as a Representation: Towards a Hermeneutics of the Inexplicable (the Problematic Case of Godot)
1.Introduction Joanna Gavins in the essay The Literary Absurd preceding her most recent book Reading the Absurd (2013) rightly notes that the conception of the absurd appears to be approximately one of the "most nebulous of literary categories"....
The Representation of Francoist Spain by Two British Women Travel Writers
1.Introduction This article offers a discussion of two books by British women which describe travels in Spain during the post-war period, that is, during the dictatorship of General Franco from 1939 to 1975. The authors and books referred to are...
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