1. "Doors into Unexpected Chambers" : The Use of Tarot Symbolism in T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land
    Agata Budzińska
  2. British or Human Nature? Art, Sports and Gambling in Selected Works of Mark Wallinger
    Marta Moraczewska
  3. “Dung? What would we want with a dung, at our time of life?” Lost Sexuality and the Issue of Procreation in Samuel Beckett’s Plays
    Katarzyna Ojrzyńska
  4. "And I Must Borrow Every Changing Shape 7 To Find Expression": Direct Borrowings from French Symbolism in T. S. Eliot’s Poetry
    Alicja Piechucka
  5. “The River Is within Us, the Sea Is All about Us”: Symbolist-Inspired Water Motifs in T. S. Eliot’s Verse
    Alicja Piechucka
  6. “I Summon to the Winding Ancient Stair” : On the Symbolic Search for Wisdom in W. B. Yeats’s “Blood and the Moon”
    Wit Pietrzak
  7. “The Multiplicity of What I Am”: Black Scottishness in the Poetry of Jackie Kay
    Michaela Schrage-Früh
  8. Anthony Burgess and Teodor Parnicki as Authors of Historical Novels or Alternative Historiographies
    Joanna Sienkiewicz
  9. The Establishment of the “Henrician” Church and the National Conversion to Anglicanism under the Monarch’s Severe Scrutiny
    Marek Smoluk
  10. Harold Pinter - “The Poet of London Transport”
    Jadwiga Uchman
  11. Subjective Non-Linear (Hi)Stories in Jeanette Winterson’s Fiction
    Barbara Wiercińska-Popko
  12. A Beauty in Distress or the Attack of the 50ft. Woman? Some Perspectives on the Portrayal of Women in the American Horror Films
    Dorota Wiśniewska
  13. Alienation of Language in the Works of Samuel Beckett and David Lynch
    Magdalena Włodarczyk
  14. Psychodramatic Dimension of David Lynch’s Small-Town Community Structure
    Magdalena Włodarczyk

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