Polish-American Literary Confrontations

Polish-American Literary Confrontations

Editors: Joanna and Jerzy Durczak

 

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