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Magdalena Zapedowska, Ph.D.
School of English, Adam Mickiewicz University
"An Arcadia in Maine: The Pastoral in Sarah Orne Jewett's Dunnet Landing Sketches." In press.
"Reading the Face of the Earth: Traveling into Nature in Henry David Thoreau's A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers and Seweryn Goszczynski's Diary of a Journey to the Tatras." Rivers and the American Experience. Ed. Jerzy Durczak. Lublin: Maria Curie-Sklodowska University Press, 2000. 145-59.
"The Figure of the Tree in Nineteenth-Century Discourse." Organs, Organisms, Organisations. Ed. Tadeusz Rachwal, Tadeusz Slawek. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2000. 179-88.
"The Transparent and the Opaque: Reading Nature by Emerson, Mickiewicz, and Dickinson," American Studies 18 (1999): 59-65.
"Mickiewicz's Circles: 'A Vision' in the Light of Emerson's Early Essays." Telling It Slant: Polish Insights into American Culture and Literature. Essays in Honor of Professor Andrzej Kopcewicz on His 65th Birthday. Ed. Marek Wilczynski and Magdalena Zapedowska. Poznan: Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM, 1999. 229-48.
"Spatial Relationships in Emily Dickinson's Poetry." Studia Anglica Posnaniensa 34 (1999): 381-401.
"W labiryncie postmodernistycznej powiesci" [In the labirynth of the postmodern novel : Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49]. Kresy 31 (1997): 252-61.
Telling It Slant: Polish Insights into American Culture and Literature. Essays in Honor of Professor Andrzej Kopcewicz on His 65th Birthday. Ed. Marek Wilczynski and Magdalena Zapedowska. Poznan: Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM, 1999.
Work in Progress
"The Event of Interiority: Dickinson and Emmanuel Levinas's Phenomenology of the Home"
"The Silent Partner: Emily Dickinson's Calvinist God"
A Lesson in Grammar: Dickinson's "Grasped by God -" and "Drowning is not so pitiful"
Separation, Desire and Discourse in the Poetry of Emily Dickinson: A Levinasean Perspective (working title)
Nature and Subjectivity in American and Polish Romanticism (doctoral dissertation in the process of revision for publication)
"Death and Melancholia in Edgar Allan Poe and Antoni Malczewski"
ED's poetry and correspondence in their cultural, historical, and religious contexts
New England Transcendentalism
Comparative literature (esp. Polish and American romanticism)
Harriet Beecher Stowe's New England fiction
Nineteenth-century New England women writers' approach to their Calvinist legacy
Literature and philosophy
Literature and religion