Proceedings 03

Polish-American Literary Confrontations

The Proceedings of the International Conference of the Polish Association for American Studies, Pulawy, October 1994

Editors: Joanna Durczak & Jerzy Durczak

  • Contents
  • TOMASZ BASIUK William Gaddis: The Economy of Excess and the Debunking of Law
  • ROBERT H. BRINKMEYER, JR. The South as Totalitarian Menace: Lillian Smith’s Killers of the Dream
  • JOANNA DURCZAK America and Europe in Edith Wharton’s The Age of Innocence
  • ROY GOLDBLATT Subversion in the Streets: Assimilating the Eastern European Jews
  • ADAM JANISZEWSKI Absurdity, Democracy and Love in Kenneth Brown’s The Brig
  • ZOFIA KOLBUSZEWSKA Discontent with Democracy in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon
  • WIESLAW J. KUHN The Forlorn Demon: Poe in Allen Tate’s Analysis of Modernity
  • DAVID R. PICHASKE Junkbonding the Canon
  • AGNIESZKA SALSKA Re-visioning the Democratic Imagination: Tim O’Brien’s Vietnam Fiction
  • JERRY SCHUCHALTER Norman Mailer’s “Framing” of Richard Nixon: Two Discourses, Two Americas in Of a Fire on the Moon