Polish Journal of English Studies is a peer-reviewed journal for scholars working in the literature and culture in English, as well as theoretical and applied linguistics.


1 (2015)


Introduction to the First Issue of the Polish Journal of English Studies (5)

Editorial (7)

“A Novel Against the Novel”: David Markson’s Antinovelistic Tetralogy (11)

Wojciech Drąg, University of Wrocław

James Lasdun’s Give Me Everything You Have. On Being Stalked as a Fusion of Writing Technologies (27)

Ewa Kowal, Jagiellonian University in Kraków

The Neutral Voice of the Subject: Samuel Beckett and Maurice Blanchot (45)

Marcin Tereszewski, University of Wrocław

Faced with Otherness: A Few Remarks on Brian Friel’s Dancing at Lughnasa (59)

Justyna Dąbrowska, University of Łódź

Music in Hardy’s Novel Far from the Madding Crowd and Its Latest Film Adaptation by Thomas Vinterberg (79)

Katarzyna Mosionek, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin

The Importance of the Father Figure in the Representation of the Irish in the Selected Contemporary American Films (95)

Piotr Szczypa, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin

Report on “Emotion(s)” PASE 2015 International Conference (109)

Calls for Papers (115)

Authors’ Biodata (123)

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