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2020A review of Medievalism in English Canadian Literature from Richardson to Atwood. By M. J. Toswell and Anna Czarnowus (eds.). D.S. Brewer. 2020. Pp. 210.Rzepa, Agnieszka
2013Avant-propos / IntroductionBujnowska, Ewelina; Rzepa, Agnieszka
2013David Groulx (2013). Imagine MercyRzepa, Agnieszka
2009Feats and Defeats of Memory: Exploring Spaces of Canadian Magic RealismRzepa, Agnieszka
2011“Impossible to break into nice free stroll” Canadian Re-citations of Paris in Gail Scott’s My ParisRzepa, Agnieszka
2013“It is always darkest just before first dawn’s light”: The Social Project of Recent Native Canadian ProseRzepa, Agnieszka
2018“Metaphors of Interrelatedness in Lorna Crozier’s Small Beneath the Sky: A Prairie Memoir”Rzepa, Agnieszka
1999Neither in nor out: A lover of witches. Androgyny in American popular culture. A case studyRzepa, Agnieszka
2020Recent (re)visions of CanLit: Partial stock-takingRzepa, Agnieszka
2015The concept of the self in "Come Walk With Me: A Memoir" by Beatrice MosionierRzepa, Agnieszka
Dec-2015The concept of the self in Come Walk with Me: A Memoir by Beatrice MosionierRzepa, Agnieszka
2018The self and the world. Aspects of the aesthetics and politics of contemporary North American literary memoir by womenRzepa, Agnieszka; Drewniak, Dagmara; Macedulska, Katarzyna
2018The self and the world. Aspects of the aesthetics and politics of contemporary North American literary memoir by womenRzepa, Agnieszka; Drewniak, Dagmara; Macedulska, Katarzyna
1997The ultimate America - Marge Piercy’s "Woman on the Edge of Time"Rzepa, Agnieszka