The Americanist
Warsaw Journal for the Study of the United States

Volume XXI

Edited by Agnieszka Graff
The American Studies Center, Warsaw University, 2004
Table of contents
Articles
Zuzanna Ładyga Faking the Artificial in Donald Barthelme’s Paradise 7 pdf
Marta Łysik “You have seen how a [wo]man was made a slave; you shall see how a slave was made a [wo]man”: Alice Walker’s The Color Purple as a Neo-Slave Narrative 17 pdf
Elżbieta Korolczuk One Woman Leads to Another—Female Identity in the Works of Margaret Atwood 35 pdf
Grażyna Zygadło To Have It All—Erica Jong’s Heroine as a Female Artist 53 pdf
Tunde Adeleke Philosophizing Non-violence: Free Blacks in Antebellum America 69 pdf
Justyna Wierzchowska Warmongers, Gangsters, and Coca-Cola: The Image of the United States in Przekrój (1948–53) 87 pdf
Magdalena Raczyńska-Pustoła New Dilemmas of Employee Participation: Lessons from the USA 107 pdf
Małgorzata Durska American versus “European” Values?—Cultural Variation and Its Effects on Business Life 121 pdf
Reviews
Agnieszka Salska Zbigniew Maszewski William Faulkner and Bruno Schulz. A Comparative Study 133 pdf
Anna Sosnowska Tadeusz Paleczny Współczesne społeczeństwo amerykańskie w perspektywie socjologicznej. Zarys podstawowych zagadnień 136 pdf
Agnieszka Graff Agnieszka Salska (ed.) Historia Literatury Amerykańskiej XX wieku 139 pdf
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