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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 12 of 12
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2015Two oral histories of the two first ladies: Jacqueline Kennedy and Lady Bird JohnsonMaj, Ewa
2015The self lost, the self adjusted: Forming a new identity in bereavement memoirs by American womenMałecka, Katarzyna
2015“Autobiographical in feeling but not in fact”: The finale of Alice Munro’s "Dear Life"Ładuniuk, Magdalena
2015Life fictions: Radicalization of life-writing in Leslie Scalapino’s "Zither & Autobiography" and "Dahlia’s Iris: Secret Autobiography & Fiction"Myk, Małgorzata
2015Narrating motherhood as experience and institution: Experimental life-writing in Mary Kelly’s "Post-Partum Document" (1973–79)Wierzchowska, Justyna
2015The female experience of the OtherOwczarek, Dorota
2015The concept of the self in "Come Walk With Me: A Memoir" by Beatrice MosionierRzepa, Agnieszka
2015Epistemic disobedience and decolonial healing in Norma Elía Cantú’s "Canícula"Poks, Małgorzata
2015Literariness and racial consciousness in Paule Marshall’s memoir "Triangular Road" and Gloria Naylor’s fictionalized memoir "1996"Łobodziec, Agnieszka
2015Addicted to the Holocaust – Bernice Eisenstein’s ways of coping with troublesome memories in "I Was a Child of Holocaust Survivors"Drewniak, Dagmara
2015Re-constructing the self in language and narrative in Eva Hoffman’s "Lost in Translation: A Life in a New Language" and Anaїs Nin’s "Early Diaries"Jarczok, Anita
2015Affect and nostalgia in Eva Hoffman’s "Lost in Translation"Kella, Elizabeth
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