Altering Authorships: The Author Function in Contemporary Cultural and Literary Practices

Anthology edited by Edyta Lorek-Jezińska, Nelly Strehlau & Katarzyna Więckowska 
Toruń 2021

Edyta Lorek-Jezińska, Nelly Strehlau, Katarzyna Więckowska: Altering Authorships: Absences and Presences of Authors in Contemporary Culture

2. Tymon Adamczewski: Authoring the Readerly Experience: On Materiality, Multimodality and Singularity of Literature in Nicola Barker’s H(a)ppy
3. Michał Kisiel: Stories of White World: Samuel Beckett’s Posthuman Authorship
4. Katarzyna Ostalska: Embodiment as a Performatively Posthumanist Form of Material Authorship in The Lesser Bohemians by Eimear McBride
5. Robert Kusek: The Author Disappearing? Authorial “Surrogates” and Contemporary Self/Other-Writing in Selected Works by Annie Ernaux, Édouard Louis, and Rachel Cusk
6. Patrick Gill: “Stick to facts”: Author Figures and Textual Authority in Robinson Crusoe and the Twentieth-Century Robinsonade

7. Katarzyna Lisowska: Lesbian Writing and Authorship in the Polish Literary Tradition: How to Define the Non-defined?
8. Nelly Strehlau: “I’m not trying to be Tolstoy”: Women’s Authorship in Selected Television Series
9. Magdalena Cieślak: Cultural Authority and Gender Politics – Christine Edzard’s The Children’s Midsummer Night’s Dream
10. Anna Backman Rogers: Not Because My Heart is Gone; Simply The Other Side: Francesca Woodman’s Relational and Ephemeral Subjectivity at the Limit of The Image

11. Dawid Smyk, Paulina Szczepaniak: The Pasts and Futures of Authorship: A Review of Authorship: Commercializing of Literature and the Phantasm of the Authorial Subject by Aldona Kobus
12. Bernadetta Jankowska: The Self and the Other Beyond Landscape and Language: A Review of Concrete Horizons: Romantic Irony in the Poetry of David Malouf and Samuel Wagan Watson by Ruth Barratt-Peacock

Cover photograph by Marek Jeziński

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