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Travel and Otherness in Nineteenth-Century British Writing – ebook

CENA NEXTO

Magdalena Pypeć   Przemysław Uściński  

02.03.2023

01.02.2022

angielski

220

Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego

978-83-235-5906-1

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Opis

The essays collected in the volume cover a wide selection of texts representing different genres, literary currents and ideological perspectives to offer diverse interpretative insights into the cultural significance of travel and foreignness in British writing of the nineteenth century. Taken together, they aptly display the complexity of attitudes towards the Other as well as the diversity of textual strategies applied to depict the experience of travel and cultural difference.

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Podróż i inność w dziewiętnastowiecznym piśmiennictwie brytyjskim.

Eseje zebrane w tomie obejmują szeroki wybór tekstów reprezentujących różne gatunki, nurty literackie i perspektywy ideologiczne, oferując tym samym różnorodne interpretacje wglądu w kulturowe znaczenie podróży i obcości w piśmiennictwie brytyjskim XIX wieku. Zebrane razem, trafnie ukazują złożoność postaw wobec Innego, a także rozmaitość strategii tekstowych stosowanych do zobrazowania doświadczenia podróży i odmienności kulturowej.

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Assoc. prof. Magdalena Pypeć (ORCID 0000-0003-4361-0178) – is Associate Professor at the Institute of English Studies, University of Warsaw. Her publications include a monograph on Tennyson’s The Princess (Peter Lang, 2016). She has co-edited two volumes of Texts and Contexts. Studies in 18th and 19th Century British Literature and Culture series: Literature, Music, Drama and Performance and Landscapes and Townscapes (Warsaw University Press, 2019, 2021). Her most recent publications are a chapter “Opium as a Keyword in Dickens’s Novels” included in Some Keywords in Dickens (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Verlage, 2021), and “Literary Criticism as Women’s Rights Activism in Anna Jameson’s Shakespeare’s Heroines” included in Female Voices: Forms of Women’s Reading, Self-Education and Writing in Britain 1770-1830 (Presses universitaires de Franche-Comté, 2022).

Assoc. prof. Przemysław Uściński (ORCID 0000-0001-8848-8095) – is Assistant Professor at the Institute of English Studies, University of Warsaw, and Assistant Editor for Anglica. An International Journal of English Studies. He is the author of Parody, Scriblerian Wit and the Rise of the Novel (Peter Lang, 2017). His recent publications include: “Castaways and Colonialism: Dislocating Cultural Encounter in The Female American” (Bucknell University Press, 2020) and “Beyond Terracentric History: Eighteenth-Century Slave Trade in Barry Unsworth’s Sacred Hunger” (Routledge, 2021). He co-organizes the Warsaw Literary Meetings seminar cycle on literature and culture of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. His research interests include cultural theories, British and postcolonial studies, early modern and eighteenth-century literature and culture.

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Dr hab. Magdalena Pypeć (ORCID 0000-0003-4361-0178) – adiunkt Zakładu Literatury Brytyjskiej Instytutu Anglistyki Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego.

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