Comparisons, n°20/2016

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1. Contents
2. Imagology – A tool for creating the other in electronic communication.
3. Between the public and intimate image. The project of extending the scope of imagology based on the example of the works by Katarzyna Kozyra and Ewa Kuryluk.
4. Mickiewicz’s imagological mirrors. 
5. Auto-image in the writings of Dominik Tatarka. 
6. Kashubian images of non-kashubians. On some literary problems with the postdependency factor. 
7. Some ways to present other nationalities – neighbours, representatives of minorities in contemporary Hungarian cinematography.
8. Czardas and goulash – images of the Hungarian “otherness” in Krzysztof Varga’s output.
9. On feminine myths and images in Svetlana Alexievich’s prose. 
10. The postcolonial otherness translated into a „non-colonial” language.
11. Farewell Berehynia – literary attempts at demythologization of the stereotypical image of Ukrainian women. Selected examples of contemporary Ukrainian women’s prose.
12. The concept of ‘the new woman’ in literary modernism: finding the place in culture (Virginia Woolf, Lesya Ukrainka).
13. In the corset of ideology? Presentations of ‘the other’ in middle school textbooks. 
14. Otherness and familiarity at school and at home. Images of teenage immigrants and re-immigrants in selected novels for the youth from the early twenty-first century (after 2004).
15. The refugees aren’t coming. Current needs in the Polish education (towards education for peace).
16. Demoralizing or educating? Was there children’s literature in the middle ages? (on the basis of “The Book of the Knight of the Tower” by Geoffroi de la Tour Landry).
17. The lord of the fairy-tale. The Polish reception of The Uses of Enchantment by Bruno Bettelheim.
18. Between the magic of the fairytale and the array of connotations – who did Alice meet in Wonderland. 
19. Reviews
20. Authors of “Porównania”