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The Journal of Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu
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Ars Aeterna
Literary Studies and Humanity
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Studia Anglica Posnaniensia
The Journal of Adam Mickiewicz University
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Creative Pluralism in Indian and Romanian Accounts of Transnational Migration

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Romanian Bard: A Case Study of Shakespeare’s Adaptations in Contemporary Romania

References Boia, Lucian. History and Myth in Romanian Consciousness . Budapest & New York: Central European University Press. 2001. Print. Botezatu, Oana. “ Romeo şi Julieta - o păcăleală.” 3 April 2008. Web. 10 April 2010. Bratu, Ion. “Ciuleandra - o strămoaşă îndepărtată a Drăgaicei.” Satul Natal No. 13/2004. Web. 3 May 2010. Cesereanu, Ruxandra. “Mahalaua România!” Revista Grupului pentru Dialog Social 25 February 2005. Web. 10 April 2011. Ciuleandra

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‘Global’ Identity or the (Ir)Reducible Other: The Cultural Logic of Global Identity in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Man with the Twisted Lip

Disguise: Sherlock Holmes and 'The Man with the Twisted Lip'.” Unrespectable ReCreations (2001): 107-116. Nordberg, Jenny. “Europe’s Crisis of Conscience.” The New Yorker , 11 Sept. 2015. Web. 19 Oct. 2016. Palmer, Alan. The East End: Four Centuries of London Life. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 2000. Rzepka, Charles. “The Literature of Power and the Imperial Will: De Quincey’s Opium War Essays.” South Central Review 8.1 (Spring 1991): 37-45. Schmitt, Cannon. “Narrating National Addictions: De Quincey, Opium, and Tea.” High Anxieties

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On the dehumanizing universe of Henry Miller’s Tropic of Cancer: the code of obscenity and its interaction with other elements

. Struktura chudožestvennogo teksta. Moscow: Azbuka. Lotman, Y. 2014. Vnutri misljaschih mirov. Moscow: Azbuka. Masuga, K. 2011. The Secret Violence of Henry Miller (Studies in American Literature and Culture). New York: Camden House. Miller, H. 2015. Tropic of Cancer. New York: Pinguing Classics. Miller, H. 1985. Obscenity and the Law of Reflection. Paris: Confession Press. Otrísalová, L. 2011. “Listening to voices from elsewhere CanLit going global.” In: Central European journal of Canadian

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Polish Indian Hobbyists and Cultural Appropriation

]. Warszawa: Krajowa Agencja Wydawnicza. Scafidi, Susan. 2005. Who owns culture? Appropriation and authenticity in American law . New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press. Šavelková, Lívia. 2017a. When the creator´s “game” spreads to the world. In Barbora Půtová (ed.), Identity, tradition and revitalization of American Indian Culture , 74–107. Prague: Karolinum Press. Šavelková, Lívia. 2017b. Cross-cultural filmmaking as a process of Self-reflection: Filming Native Americans within Central European space’s prevailing imagery of the “noble savage

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Medieval Multilingualism in Poland: Creating a Corpus of Greater Poland Court Oaths (Rotha)

REFERENCES Adamska, Anna. 2006. Investigating multilingualism in medieval East Central Europe: Possibilities and limitations. (25 May, 2014) Adamska, Anna. 2007. Orality and literacy in medieval Central Europe: Final prolegomena. In Else Mundal & Jonas Wellendorf (eds.), Oral art forms and their passage into writing , 69–84. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press. Adamska, Anna. 2013. Latin and three vernaculars in East Central Europe from the point of view

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The Holy and the Unholy in Chaucer’S Squire’S Tale

, and magic in late medieval Europe”, The Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 24/3: 355-386. Lightsey, Scott 2007 Manmade marvels in medieval culture and literature . New York - Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Lynch, Kathryn L. 2002 Chaucer’s cultural geography. New York - London: Routledge. Pearsall, Derek 2002 The Canterbury tales . London - New York: Routledge. Plezia, Marian 1970 “L’apport de la Pologne a l’exploration de l’Asie central au milieu du XIIIe siècle”, Acta

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