Paidia i Literatura. No 2. 2020

Paidia and Literature 2020, no 2.








Krzysztof Koc Polish Language Education in Times of Populist Plague

Alicja Fidowicz Polish Children’s and Youth Literature in the Reflection of Crip Theory. Chosen Examples 

Maria Balik Literature-/TV-series-based Lessons of Feminism. The Case of Anne of Green Gables

Alicja Baluch People and Objects. Children’s Literature as an Aesthetic School of Sensitivity 

Agnieszka Kwiatkowska The Roots of Memory. On Mirabelle by Cezary Harasimowicz 

Ewa Ogłoza Hans Christian Andersen’s The Flax – a fantasy tale about a plant?

Tatiana Szulik-Opala Human and Animal Portraits in a Detective Novel by Marta Matyszczak Tajemnicza śmierć Marianny Biel




Valter do Carmo Moreira Subjectivity and “Displacemant’ in Lucy Knisley’s Work 

Valter do Carmo Moreira Subjectivity and “Displacemant’ in Lucy Knisley’s Work  (Trans. Anna Latusek)



Krystyna Zabawa From Playing with Dolls to Playing with Words – Paweł Beręsewicz’s Poetry Books for Children 

Oliwia Brzeźniak-Pałgan Faces of Childhood in the Works by Paweł Beręsewicz

Grażyna Lewandowicz-Nosal The Beginning and the End According to Paweł Beręsewicz

Jarosław Dobrzycki Kira as a (Non-)Stranger. On the Protagonist of the Death Note Manga Series Created by Takeshi Obaty and Tsugumi Ohby

Agnieszka Miernik Fairy Tales in Integral Bibliotherapy 

Agata Kiwacka, Joanna Letkiewicz-Zamora “We Open the Eyes of Students”.  Innovative Didactic Activities 

Małgorzata Wójcik-Dudek A Report on Celebration of the 26th All-Poland Kornel Makuszyński Literary Prize in Oświęcim (1st—3rd October 2019)