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Studia Anglica Posnaniensia
The Journal of Adam Mickiewicz University
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“A Pattern for Princes to Live by”: Popery and Elizabethan History During England’s Exclusion Crisis, 1679-1681

in Masquerade. 1681. Print. ---. The Observator in Dialogue. August 19, 1682. Print. Luttrell, Narcissus. A Brief Historical Relation of State Affairs from September 1678-April 1714. 6 Vols. Oxford, 1857. Print. Neufeld, Matthew. The Civil Wars After 1660: Public Remembering in Late Stuart England. Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2013. Print. North, Roger. Examen. Or an Inquiry into the Credit and Veracity of a Pretended History. London, 1740. Print. Parliament. Statutes of the Realm, 13

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Oksana Marafioti: Translating Identities

-312. Popoviċ, Anton. A Dictionary for the Analysis of a Literary Translation . Edmonton: U of Alberta P, 1975. Sambuchino, Chuck. “How I Got My Agent: Oksana Marafioti.” Interview. 10 July 2012. Web. 20 Sept. 2018. Storrie, Jimmie. “Does Australia Have Pikies?” N.d. Web. 13 May 2009. Sutherland, Ann. Gypsies: The Hidden Americans . Long Grove, IL: Waveland P, 1986.

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Alternative Ways of Challenging and Resisting in Richard Rodriguez’s Darling: A Spiritual Autobiography

American Literature 43.2 (June 2008): 443-452. Garcia Lopez, Christina. “Book Review of Darling: A Spiritual Autobiography by Richard Rodriguez.” Latino Studies 13.3 (2015): 442-443. Garvey, Michael O. “God & the Desert. Review of Darling by Richard Rodriguez.” Commonweal 16 May 2014: 29-30. Griffiths, Paul J. “Ulterior Lives. A Review of Darling.” First Things 12 Apr. 2014. Web. 2 Feb. 2017. Harlow, Barbara. Resistance Literature. New Accents Series. New York: Methuen P, 1987. Hazleton

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Strangers on the Doorstep: Hostility and Hospitality in A Distant Shore

Works Cited Back, Les and Anoop Nayak, eds. Invisible Europeans?: Black People in the “New Europe.” Birmingham: All Faiths for One Race, 1993. Balibar, Étienne. “At the Borders of Citizenship: A Democracy in Translation?” European Journal of Social Theory 13.3 (2010): 315-22. Blake, Andrew. “Writing on the Edge: Britishness and Its European Otherness.” Text and Nation: Essays on Post-colonial Cultural Politics . Ed. Andrew Blake and Jopi Nyman. Joensuu, Finland: Faculty of Humanities, University of Joensuu, 2001. 14-28. Clingman

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The International Settlement: The Fantasy of International Writing in Kazuo Ishiguro’s When We Were Orphans

. Manchester: Manchester UP, 2000. Lopez, John. “Mark Romanek Talks about Adapting Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go for the Big Screen.” HWD. Vanity Fair 13 Sept. 2010. Web. 20 Oct. 2018. Ma, Sheng-Mei. “Kazuo Ishiguro’s Persistent Dream for Postethnicity: Performance in Whiteface.” Post Identity 2.1 (1999). Robbins, Bruce. “Cruelty Is Bad: Banality and Proximity in Never Let Me Go. ” NOVEL: A Forum on Fiction 40.3 (2007): 289-302. Web. 12 Sept. 2015. Scarry, Elaine. The Body In Pain: The Making and Unmaking of the World. Oxford: Oxford UP

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Death, Innocence, and the Cyborg: Theorizing the Gynoid Double-Bind in Mamoru Oshii’s Ghost in the Shell II: Innocence

.net. Researchgate, 2007. Web. 13 June 2017. Liveley, Genevieve. “A Cyborg Genealogy: Science Fiction in the Classics.” BbB Lectures, University of Bristol, 2015. Podcast. McHale, Brian. Postmodernist Fiction. London: Routledge, 2001. Muckelbauer, John, and Debra Hawhee. “Posthuman Rhetorics: ‘It’s the Future, Pikul’.” JAC 20.4 (2000): 767-774. Oshii, Mamoru, dir. Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence. Bandai Entertainment, 2004. Film. Vint, Sherryl. Bodies of Tomorrow: Technology, Subjectivity, Science

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“Chick Noir”: Shopaholic Meets Double Indemnity

. Urwin, Rosamund. “Move over Fifty Shades, there’s a brand new genre whipping the publishing world into a murderous frenzy.” London Evening Standard. 2 January 2014. Web. 13 March 2015. Whitehouse, Lucie. Before We Met. New York: Bloomsbury, 2014. Print. Young, Natalie. Season to Taste. New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2014. Print. Zeisler, Andi. Feminism and Pop Culture. Berkeley: Seal Press, 2008. Print.

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Female Researchers in Neo-Victorian Fiction

Works Cited Birch, Dinah. “No Wonder It Ached.” London Review of Books 22.10 (13 May 2009): 22-33. Print. Coe, Jonathan. “Shuddering Organisms.” London Review of Books 16.9 (1994): 21. Print. Cowley, Jason. “Another Screw on the Loose.” Observer . 10 Apr. 2005. Web. 12 Feb. 2016. Franken, Christien. A.S. Byatt: Art, Authorship, Creativity . Basingstoke, Hampshire; New York, N.Y.: Palgrave, 2001. Print. Freundlieb, Dieter. “Explaining Interpretation: The Case of Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw .” Poetics Today 5.1 (1984

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The Camouflage of the Sacred in the Short Fiction of Hemingway

References Arnold, Matthew. “Dover Beach.” The Norton Introduction to Literature. Ed. Alison Booth and Kelly J. Mays. New York: W. W. Norton, 2011: 517-518. Baker, Carlos. Ernest Hemingway: A Life Story. New York: Scribner’s, 1969. - - -, ed. Hemingway and his Critics. New York: Hill and Wang, 1966. Bennett, Warren. “Character, Irony, and Resolution in ‘A Clean, Well-Lighted Place’.” American Literature 42.1 (March 1970): 70-79. Buske, Morris. “Hemingway Faces God.” Hemingway

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