Comparisons, n°21/2016

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1. Contents
2. Imagology: On Using Ethnicity To Make Sense Of The World.
3. “Dziewczyna z szafy“ By Bodo Kox: Psychosocial Disability In The Poetics Of Magical Realism. 
4. Barbarians And Nomads. Fantasies And Phobias.
5. Martin Heidegger And The Phenomenological-Hermeneutic Notion Of Discourse.
6. The Lack Of Memory About Multiculturalism In The Literature On The Settlement To The Western Lands Of Poland. 
7. Borders Of Nature. The Nature Of The Polish-German Border In The Perspective Of Imagology. 
8. Sarmatism – An Unfinished Project? 
9. Paranoia And Sadism Of The Institution. On Witold Gombrowicz´s “Banquet At Countess Kotłubaj´s”.
10. The Depictions Of Animal Suffering In The Newest Polish And Russian Women’s Poetry. 
11. Obviousness Of Exclusion? Images Of Gypsies In Contemporary Czech Literature. 
12. Idea Stereotypes In And Of Images Of Slovakia In The Czech Poetry Of 1860–1939.
13. The Image Of India In 19th-Century Slovak Literature. 
14. A Cult Poet vs. The Cult Of A Poet. Shevchenko’s Portrait In Friedrich Dürrenmatt’s “My Stumbling Speech In Kyiv”.
15. Ethnic Images And National Stereotypes In The Fantasy-Novel Gonitwa By Nicky Rakitina And The Action-Packed Novel Good Angel Of Death By Andrey Kurkov.
16. Russian, Jewish Or Human? Jewish Mystical Thought In The Poetry Of Bulat Shalvovich Okudzhava. 
17. Boxer Or Bandit: The Ethical Image Of The Fighting Body In The Holocaust Literature. 
18. The Remains Of The Letters. Three Reading Paradigms In The Ghettos. 
19. Our – Your Holocaust. Mizrachi Authors Of The Third Post-Holocaust Generation Toward Polish Landscapes. 
20. Gothic Fielding? Philip James De Loutherbourg’s Tom Jones. 
21. What Do Pupils’ Parents Think About School Segregation?
22. Polemics
23. Reviews
24. Omówienia
25. Authors of “Porównania”