Jane Porter's Portrait of Benjamin West more. View on jstor. William Aytoun's "Poland": more.
More Info: A minute overview of the life, works, and friendships of Scottish poet and playwright Joanna Baillie. This talk, given at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and introduced by Lisabeth Buchelt, is an extended version of the introduction to my edition Further Letters of Joanna Baillie. Event Date: Nov 3, View on kios.
More Info: I gave this talk, a very general introduction to the life and works of Charles Dickens, at the opening of the Dunedin Public Library's Dickens bicentenary exhibition, "Chapter One. I am Born.
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View on nbol Roman Koropeckyj. Adam Mickiewicz: The Life of a Romantic. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, For travel, romance, and outright strangeness, the life of Adam Mickiewicz rivals that of any poet of the nineteenth century. So it comes as something of a surprise that only a handful of English-language biographies of Poland's national So it comes as something of a surprise that only a handful of English-language biographies of Poland's national poet have ever been published. We owe a debt to Roman Koropeckyj, who has produced a biography that is both engaging and scholarly.
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Is there Kipling beyond Kim? Once upon a time, Kipling's novel was just one of an assortment of his works that were required reading for the well-informed Anglophone. Today it's usually the only novel still considered palatable to Today it's usually the only novel still considered palatable to adults. View on nla. Barely escaping a gang of airport security thugs, Publication Date: Publication Name: Substance.
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Pictures of Home more. Photography , Memory Studies , and Migration Studies. View on themigrationist. Stitched Together: The Rajah Quilt more. Quilts as historical records, with special attention to the Rajah Quilt in Canberra, Australia. Outside Guests: Doug Aitken's migration empire more. Click here to read the article Reflection on Jewish immigrants to Melbourne, Australia, and Dunedin, New Zealand in the nineteenth century and early twentieth century. A brief tour of six works at APT8 in Brisbane that reflect on migration in the twenty-first century.
Migration , Contemporary Asian art , New Zealand Art , and Theories of contemporary Visual Arts Postcoloniality, migration and diasporas gendered forms of transmission of knowledge social theory formal and informal education of women urban ethnography. Click link above to The Migrationist website. Australia , Migration Studies , and Australian art. Migration , Nebraska , and Bird Migration. Irish Studies and Museum and Heritage Studies. Moments' Monuments: Laurence Aberhart's "Anzac" more.
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Volume 62 (2013)
In Poland, the writer has often been sovereign. In the 19th century, when Polish lands were partitioned between three hostile empires, the Romantic poets created the idea of a suffering, Christ-like Polish nation with a providential mission in European history. Poland briefly regained its independence after the First World War. Literary culture flourished. Then came the nightmare of war. Schulz, a Polish Jew, was murdered by the Germans in the Holocaust. The trauma of the double occupation of Poland by the two totalitarian powers of Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union would define Polish literature for decades to come.
After , Poland existed formally as an independent state. Harsh censorship and political pressure distorted the work of literary writers, forcing many to publish abroad or in the underground press. Never before had Polish innovations been so influential on writers and practitioners outside Poland. Once again, the poet was sovereign.