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2021/2022 C2, ćw, Historia literatury anglojęzycznej//A History of British literature , C2, classes (06-FA-L-03-C2)

The aim of the classes in winter term is to familiarise students with the most influential issues, authors and works of British literature of the nineteenth century through an in-depth analysis of selected literary works or their fragments. In addition, the classes aim to broaden the skills of literary analysis and interpretation by pointing out the intertextuality of literature and its integrity with the socio-historical situation, and philosophical and aesthetic trends of the discussed periods.

Course creator: Rafał Borysławski

2021/2022 C1, ćw, Historia literatury anglojęzycznej//A History of British literature , C1, classes (06-FA-L-03-C1)

The aim of the classes in winter term is to familiarise students with the most influential issues, authors and works of British literature of the nineteenth century through an in-depth analysis of selected literary works or their fragments. In addition, the classes aim to broaden the skills of literary analysis and interpretation by pointing out the intertextuality of literature and its integrity with the socio-historical situation, and philosophical and aesthetic trends of the discussed periods.


Course creator: Rafał Borysławski

2021/2022 Historia literatury anglojęzycznej//A History of British literature, wykłady//lectures, II rok (06-FA-L-03 W)

The aim of the lectures is to familiarise students with the most important trends and the most influential works of British literature from the 19th to the beginning of the 21st century set against the background of the main currents, genres and conventions of literature, programmatic and aesthetical and philosophical assumptions, including the social, historical and cultural background of literature.

Course creator: Rafał Borysławski

2021/2022 Współczesna literatura anglojęzyczna//Contemporary Anglophone Literature1 rok mgr (06-FA-M-01 W)

The aim of the lectures combined with classes is to provide opportunities for discussions of 20th and 21st century English-language literature (including British, Irish, Canadian, Australian) in relation to its social, political and cultural contexts.

Course creator: Rafał Borysławski