Comparisons, n°14/2014

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1. Contents
2. Introduction
3. Language Conversion of the Writers with Central European Background as a Communication Strategy with the Mainstream Literature
4. An Alternative Measure of Greatness? – Postcolonial Determinants of the Polish Hegemonic Visions of History in Selected Alternative History Novels
5. Bring Back Our Future! The Creative Potential of Nostalgia in Aleksander Hemon’s Journalistic Writings
6. “Absurdist” World in the Series of Novels by Lajos Grendel “New Hont”
7. „A Narcissist Without a Face?” Postcolonial Countenances of Danilo Kiš
8. The Writing of the Shoah in Hungarian Literature after 1989. The Case of Mihály Kornis (“Application”)
9. Southern Scum Go Home! A Slovene Cult Novel in the Light of Balkanism
10. Slavo-Germanic Literary Tragifarce – Post(-)Colonial Confrontation of East and West in the Works of Andrzej Stasiuk
11. Post-89 Moldova by Andrzej Stasiuk
12. Black and Gold Identity. „Tatczëzna” and „Òdroda” as Kashubian-Centric Magazines
13. Reportages About the End of the Worlds. Old Galicia and Białostocczyzna According Martin Pollack and Włodzimierz Pawluczuk
14. Renata Šerelytė and Sigitas Parulskis. Two Cases of Involving the Postcolonial Discourse into the Lithuanian Prose After 1991
15. Through the Bunghole: Postcolonial Latvia According to Agnese Bule
16. Stereotyping of the Image of Poles in Ukrainian Literature in the Early Twentieth Century with a Focus on Contemporary Reminiscences
17. The Escape from Utopia to History. Artur Klinau’s Minsk
18. Sorcerer’s Apprentice (Jerzy Ficowski and Julian Tuwim Meet on a Gypsy Trail)
19. Overviews
20. Reviews
1. Kultura sytuacji postkolonialnej.
1. Uwagi nad kwestią postrzegania literatury czeskiego Śląska Cieszyńskiego jako literatury pogranicza.