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SUMÁRIO / CONTENTS Life and Aging of Literary Work and of Literary Work in Translation

Travel Book as a Form of Intercultural Dialog: "Imperium" by Ryszard Kapuściński; [in:] Metamorphoses of Travel Writing. Across Theories, Genres, Centuries and Literary Traditions, ed. G. Moroz, J. Sztachelska, Cambridge Scho

The Role of Literary and Cultural Theory in Enhancing Student’s Critical Thinking, Presented at the 2nd National Conference on “Quality Assurance in English Studies in Moroccan Higher Education” organized by the ALCS, Chouaib Doukkali Univ

Subjekty a fragmenty. K teoretizaci a interpretaci literárního postmodernismu [Subjects and Fragments: Theorizing and Interpreting Literary Postmodernism]

DEDE KORKUT KİTABI'NDA DİNÎ-MİTOLOJİK YARDIMCI KAHRAMAN MOTİFİ The Religious-Mythological Assistant Hero Motif in Dede Korkut Literary Work

Rev. of Shaw’s Settings: Gardens and Libraries & Shaw and Feminisms: On Stage and Off, in Irish Literary Supplement (Spring 2015)

‘Transitory Thresholds’: geographic imaginings of adolescence in women’s fictionfrom north-east Scotland’, Scottish Literary Review: Winter 2011-12, 81-99.

Dadui Yao, Profusion and Pain of Ferrying to New Epoch – on Qu Qiubai’s Literary Thought, New Frontiers in Asian Scholarship, Harvard Yenching Institute, 2012.

“The Whole Root Is Somewhere in the Music”: Jazz, Soul, and Literary Influence in James Baldwin and Caryl Phillips

“‘A Fraud called John Buchan’: Buchan, Joseph Conrad and Literary Theft”, Reassessing John Buchan: Beyond the Thirty-Nine Steps, ed. Kate Macdonald (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2009) 141-52

The Dilemma of Literary Interpretation: Exploring Different Receptions of Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God by the 20th Century African-American Readership A dissertation submitted to the department of English in partial

„Literaturwissenschaft” [Literary Studies]. Heureka – Evidenzkriterien in den Wissenschaften, eds. Eva-Maria Engelen, Christian Fleischhack, Giovanni Galizia und Katharina Landfester. Heidelberg: 2010 (136-148).

Readers closing in on immoral characters’ consciousness. Effects of free indirect discourse on response to literary narratives

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