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Dział bibliografii:  Literatury obce
 - Literatura brytyjska i irlandzka
  - Hasła szczegółowe (brytyjska i irlandzka)
   - Hasła osobowe (brytyjska i irlandzka)
Rodzaj zapisu:  książka o twórcy (przedmiotowa)
Hasło osobowe: Conrad Joseph - szczegóły
Tytuł:  Poland's road to freedom. II International Joseph Conrad Conference at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University Lublin, Poland 1-9.09.1996. Abstracts
Osoby współtworzące:  Edited by Wojciech Kozak, Wiesław Krajka, Katarzyna Sokołowska
Wydawnictwo: Lublin: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej
Rok wydania:  1996
Opis fizyczny książki:  100 s.
Adnotacje:  [Dedykacja:] In Honor to Stephen Fischer-Galati, Editor East European Monographs (Columbia University Press). * [Zawiera steszczenia referatów wygłoszonych na II międzynarodowej konferencji conradowskiej, Lublin 1-9 IX 1996:]. I. Opening Plenary Lecture: Zdzisław Najder: Conrad's Parents * II. Conrad's Polish Contexts. 1. Conrad and Poland's Independence. 2. Conrad and Polish Literature. 3. Conrad's Polish Reception. Addison Bross: Conrad's Political Consciousness and the January Rising. - Karol Kosek: Conrad's "The Shadow-Line" in Poland's Road to Freedom. - Jean M. Szczypień: Echoes from "Konrad Wallenrod" [by Adam Mickiewicz] in "Almayer's Folly" and "A Personal Record". - Anna Brzozowska-Krajka, Wiesław Krajka: Yanko Goorall: a Figure from the Wax Museum of Polish Romanticism. - Stefan Zabierowski: "Lord Jim" through Polish Eyes. * III. Conrad's East European Contexts: 1. Conrad and Russian Politics. 2. Conrad and Dostoyevsky. 3. Conrad and Turgenev. 4. Conrad's Ukrainian Reception: Phyllis Toy: Looking Backward in Joseph Conrad: from "Razumov" to "Under Western Eyes". - Wanda Perczak: Razumov, Azef and Others. - Loretta Stec: "Hopes Grotesquely Betrayed": The Russian Novels of Joseph Conrad and Rebecca West. - Milzi C. Andersen: Conrad's Perspectives on Dostoyevsky's "Crime and Punishment": an Examination of "Under Western Eyes". - Monika Majewska: Stevie: Conrad's Christ (?). - Katarzyna Sokołowska: Artistic Aspects of Character Creation in "Lord Jim" by Conrad and "Rudin" by Turgenev. - Galina Lesnaja: Joseph Conrad's Reception in Ukraine. - Volodymyr Pohrebennyk: Reception of Joseph Conrad's Work in Ukraine. * IV. Conrad's Imperial Contexts: 1. "Heart of Darkness". 2. Conrad and the Far East: Thais Flores Nogueira Diniz: Colonial Discourse Revisited: "Heart of Darkness". - Olusegun Adekoya: The Heart of the Postcolonial: Displaced Geographies and Conrad's Africanist Project. - James di Properzio: The Heart of the Postcolonial: Displaced Geographies and Conrad's Africanist Project. - Solange Ribeiro de Oliveira: The Girl in White and the Man in Motley: the Construction of Hybridity in Conrad's "Almayer's Folly" and "Heart of Darkness". - James N. Brown, Patricia M. Sant: Empire Looks East: Spectatorship and Subjectivity in "Karain: A Memory". - Jennifer Margulis: The Shadow Line(s) of the Postcolonial: Joseph Conrad and Amitav Ghosh. - Steven Trout: The mperial Editor: language, Race and Conrad's :Lord Jim". - Soak Koong Wong: Conrad under Malaysian Eyes: Rereading the Early Novels. - Maria Zenaida B. French: Joseph Conrad's Theme of the White man in the East. - Elmer A. Ordonez: The Reception of Conrad in the Philippines. * V. Conrad's Marine Contexts: Robert Foulke: Paralysis at Sea: "Lord Jim. "The Secret Sharer", and "The Shadow-Line". - Wojciech Kozak: Spatial Axiuology of the Sea, the Land and the Ship in Conrad's Sea Fiction. - Clifford Hallam: Proud Swimmer: Brinksmanship in "The Secret Sharer". - Carl Schaffer: Leggatt in "The Secret Sharer" and the Golem Figure in Jewish Folklore. * VI. Conradian Philosophy and Ethics: Dominic Rainsford: Conradian Virtue: What it means to Be "Good". - Laliha Ramamurthi: Politics and Humanism in Joseph Conrad's "Nostromo". - Alexander Houen: Specters the Sublime: The Phenomenology of Terrorism in the "The Secret Agent" and "Under Western Eyes". - Nursel Icoz: Commitment to the Ego Ideal and Betrayal. - Pratibha Plyagi: "Victory": the Breaking of the Circles of Confusion. - Anita Mathew: A New Approach (Eastern) to Appreciate Jposeph Conrad: His Treatment of Evil in "Heart of Darkness" and "Under Western Eyes". - Pralhad A. Kulkarni: Evil in Joseph Conrad's "Heart of Darkness" and William Golding's "Pincher Martin". - Aleksei Zverev: Conrad and the Problem of Authenticity. - - Heliena M. Krenn: Conradian Space in "Typhoon". * VII. Comparative Perspectives: J. Gill Holland, Jeremiah Putnam: "Lord Jim": An Interdisciplinary Study in Victorian Literature and Science. - Catherine Legouis: "The Dark Places of the Earth": Presence and Absence in Conrad's "Heart of Darkness" and Zola's "Germinal". - Patrycja Poniatowska: beb Vuyk's "The Sound and the Fury": A Journey into "Heart of Darkness". - Dan Fraustino: Heart of Darkness" and Whitman's "Passage to India". - Barbara Koc: Joseph Conrad's Inspiration in Faulkner. - Rolf Lass: Conrad in an Alternative World - The Narratological Astrophysics of "the Engineer" Konrad Korzeniowski in Greg Bear's SF-epic "Eon" (1985) and "Eternity". - Antonio Eduardo de Oliveira: Conrad's Touch in Film Narrative: Seeing Conrad in Welles. * VII. Conrad Narrative Art: Hans Ulrich Seeber: The representation of Voice in Conrad's "Heart of Darkness". - Michael Greaney: Under Eastern Ears: Conrad and the Philosophy of Listening. - Arun Kumar: Joseph Conrad's Objectivity as an Artist: A Study in "Lord Jim". - Samir Elbarbary: "Youth" A Multi-Layered Narrative. - Regina M. Przybycień: The Vast Arena of an Earnest Opera Bouffe: the Representation of South America in Conrad's "Nostromo". - Bridget Donnellan: Lanscape in Conrad. Image as Text. - Jorge Sacido-Romero: Reconsidering Conrad's "The Shorter Tales of Joseph Conrad". * VIII. Sexuality: Richard Ruppel: Beyond "The Secret Sharer": Joseph Conrad and the Ghost of Oscar Wilde. * Closing Plenary Lecture: Carola Kaplan: Ideological Collision and Political Collusion in "The Secret Agent": England under Conrad's Eastern European Eyes.
Numer zapisu:  365170 (ZS)