Comparisons, n°9/2011

# Article Title Author
1. Contents
2. Canon, anti-canon and post-canon in the discourse on identity of cultures in central and Eastern Europe (1991-2011)
3. Unblotting/overwriting: Gestarium of Rafał Jakubowicz
4. Glass houses and glass architecture
5. Dark lives, lives impossible to retell?
6. Yuri Andrukhovych and Andrzej Stasiuk on identity shaped by history
7. Understanding the japanese classical theatre
8. Central Europe as a commonwealth of memory (some contributions to an unfeasible definition)
9. The concept of Central Europe in the hungarian-slavic context
10. Great Moravia basis of the Central European medieval historical tradition
11. The initial phase of the peregrination of Vazul’s sons through the courts of Central and Eastern Europe
12. Polish-Hungarian commonwealth of saints the meanings in the stained glass windows
13. Fryderyk Chopin in Czech poetry
14. Central European contexts of slovak historical romances
15. Hungarian episode in the life and the career of Jerzy Stempowski
16. Central European variations of “misterium-drama” based on comparison of works by Péter Nádas and Jerzy Grotowski.
17. The image of Poland and the poles in Hungarian feature films after the change of the political system.
18. The youngest Polish literature in Hungary or why we don’t read Chutnik?
19. Satiric Ukrainian press in Galicia in the face of religious conflicts (second half of 19th century – beginning of 20th century)
20. Contemporary Belorussian poetry. Philosophy and politics. Tradition and innovation.
21. Revolution and emptiness. Textualisation of tradition in Buddha’s little finger by Viktor Pielevin.
22. The writers grouped around the Hungarian journal “Nyugat” and the international language.
23. What do we know about our brothers? Polish-Hungarian friendship today.
24. The knowledge of the Polish language and the integration of the romani in Poland – an outline of the problem
25. Reviews
26. Overviews, Discussions
27. Authors of „Porównania”