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The giants beneath: Cultural memory and literature in Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Buried Giant
Drawing on the approaches of discussing the concept of memory within literary studies, as delineated by Erll and Nünning (2005), this paper examines The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro as a site of
Representation of Rape in George R. R. Martin’sA Song of Ice and Fireand Robin Hobb’sLiveship Traders
Noting that the motif of rape frequently appears in fantasy literature, this essay investigates its use in A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin and The Liveship Traders by Robin Hobb. Read...
The other Middle Ages
Westerosi Queens: Medievalist Portrayal of Female Power and Authority in A Song of Ice and Fire
This chapter aims to participate in the ongoing discussion about the ambiguous portrayal of women in George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire from the perspective of a medievalist, who perceives
Faire Ladies Re-Imagined: Female Characters in Guy Gavriel Kay’s A Song for Arbonne
SYLWIA BOROWSKA-SZERSZUN – jest adiunktem w Instytucie Neofilologii Uniwersytetu w Bialymstoku, gdzie prowadzi zajecia zarowno literaturoznawcze, jak rowniez związane z nauką jezyka angielskiego. W
Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Ben Aaronovitch’s Urban Fantasy Cycle Rivers of London
Drawing on Paul Gilroy’s discussion of postimperial melancholia and conviviality, this article aims to examine Ben Aaronovitch’s Rivers of London as a voice in the discussion on British multiculture.
Remembering the Romance:
The Unruly Household in John Heywood's Johan Johan
ABSTRACT The very title of John Heywood's interlude A mery play between Johan Johan, the husband, Tyb his wife, and Sir Johan the priest (in print by 1533) suggests a fabliaux-like, farcical