PJAS 16 Contents

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THEMATIC SECTION: Focus on American Cinema
Edited by Beata Zawadka

Beata Zawadka, Contemporary American Cinema: Thrills to Narratives and Back

Constante Gonzáles Groba, Is It Gender or Is It Race? To Kill a Mockingbird and Its Film Adaptation

Małgorzata Martynuska, Intertextuality in Quentin Tarantino’s Jackie Brown

Grażyna Zygadło, “We’re missing the Latino attorney or astronaut as the hero”: Latinx Presence in Hollywood in the 20th and 21st Centuries


Justyna Fruzińska, Becoming Real to Oneself: Emerson, Thoreau, Hawthorne

Deniz Bozkurt-Pekár, The Hero Who Disappointed: Images of Lajos Kossuth and the Hungarian Revolution of 1848/49 in Livermore’s Zoë; or the Quadroon’s Triumph

Jacqueline Victoria Woroniec, We Have Always Lived in the Mind: The Freudian Topographic Model of the Mind as Depicted in Shirley Jackson’s We Have Always Lived in the Castle (1962)

Łukasz Muniowski, How Much Do Bench Players Matter in the NBA? A Case Study of the Seattle SuperSonics/Oklahoma City Thunder

Paulina Ambroży and Alicja Kozłowska, Native American Gothic as Third Space: Stephen Graham Jones’ The Only Good Indians

Elżbieta Wilczyńska, The Power of the Gaze and of the Lens: Britta Muszeika’s Look at Sarah Winnemucca, Zitkala Ša, and Charles Eastman through the Critical Race Theory Magnifying Glass

Katarzyna Macedulska, A Walk in the White Spaces