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.


8.2 (2022)


From Myth Studies to Modernism and Myth: An Introduction  (7)

Izabela Curyłło-Klag, Ewa Kowal, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland

Between Blinding and Enlightening: On Auden, Myth and Knowledge (19)

Ladislav Vít, University of Pardubice, Czech Republic

Idealizing or Critical? Nostalgia for the Edwardian Golden Age (34)

Sylwia Janina Wojciechowska, Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow, Poland

Cuchulain as an Epigone of Leopold Bloom? Irish Mythology and Alternative Irelands in Eimar O’Duffy’s Cuanduine Trilogy (49)

Elena Ogliari, The University of Eastern Piedmont, Italy

The myth of nature in Robinson Jeffers’ inhumanist poetry (68)

Michał Palmowski, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland

Towards modernism; transition, treachery and theatricality in William Empson’s readings of Shakespeare (83)

Rowland Cotterill, independent scholar, United Kingdom

Modernist Lionhunting: An Exploration of Patronage in the Cultural Imaginary (101)

Kristína Melišová, Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic

The Myth of Modernism Revisited: Gertrude Stein as the Symbol of Modernism in Contemporary Fiction (117)

Ingrida Žindžiuvienė, Vytautas Magnus University (VMU), Kaunas, Lithuania

“Such were some of the parts, but how bring them together?”: The Literary Sibling as Dr Frankenstein in Pat Barker’s Toby’s Room (133)

Agata Woźniak, independent scholar, United Kingdom

Inbetween Myth and Writing One’s Self: Woolf, H.D. and Bryher on Modernism, Myth and Biographical Writing (149)

Carolin Slickers, University of Bonn, Germany

“Like a Comic Book by Virginia Woolf”: Alison Bechdel’s Dialogue with To the Lighthouse in Are You My Mother? A Comic Drama (176)

Ewa Kowal, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland

Review : Jeanne Dubino, Paulina Pająk, Catherine W. Hollis, Celiese Lypka, and Vara Neverow, 2021 The Edinburgh Companion to Virginia Woolf and Contemporary Global Literature (188)

Robert Kusek, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland

Review: Marie-Laure Ryan, 2022. A New Anatomy of Storyworlds: What Is, What If, As If  (192)

Grzegorz Maziarczyk, The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland

Review: Ewa Kowal, 2019, The Post-Crash Decade of American Cinema. Wall Street, the “Mancession” and
the Political Construction of Crisis, (199)

Artur Piskorz, Pedagogical University of Krakow, Krakow, Poland

Review: Jacek Partyka, 2021.Disarchiving Anguish: Charles Reznikoff and the Modalities of Witnessing, (203)

Justyna Leśniewska and Zygmunt Mazur, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland

Authors’ Biodata (208)

Information for Contributors (211)

Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement (215)

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