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The Confession of an Uncontrived Sinner: Edgar Allan Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart"

By Małgorzata Grzegorzewska
Polish Journal for American Studies

Brilliant phenomenological analysis of the ticking sound in Poe’s story.

The Problems of Environmental Criticism: An Interview with Lawrence Buell

By Julia Fiedorczuk
Polish Journal for American Studies

An interview with Lawrence Buell on environmental criticism.

Introduction, On knowing and not knowing about obeah

By Wisecup, Kelly and Toni Wall Jaudon
Atlantic Studies: Global Currents

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"Like the sound of a crumbling wall": transcultural spatiality in James Baldwin's "Just above My Head"

By Kilpeläinen, Pekka
Atlantic Studies: Global Currents

Rethinking the History of the American Revolution: An Interview with Michal Jan RozbickiPJAS_vol7_01wawrzyczek.pdf

By Irmina Wawrzyczek
Polish Journal for American Studies

Michal Jan Rozbicki (b. 1946) is currently Professor of History at Saint Louis University and Director of the SLU Center for Intercultural Studies, which he founded in 2011. To the middle generation of Polish Americanists he is better remembered as the Director of the American Studies Center at the University of Warsaw, 1987-1990, Managing Editor of the Center’s periodical American Studies (now The Americanist) in the years 1985-1994, and a co-founder of the Polish Association for American Studies in 1990.

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