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    Czy 'młodzi gniewni' w ogóle istnieli? Próba dyskusji nad bezkrytycznym przyjmowaniem powszechnie uznanej terminologii

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    "Did the Angry Young Men Really Exist? An Attempt at a Discussion Concerning Indiscriminate Approach Towards Generally Accepted Terminology." The theoretical aim of the article is to start a discussion concerning the approach towards discussion understood as a (in the Author's opinion largely neglected) teaching method. The practical part of the article includes a selection of information concerning the Angry Young Writers (1950-1965) with a special stress put on their approach towards their recognition (or being labelled) as a generation. The material collected for the article may be further used for the preparation of a number of classes which would also be on the one hand aimed at a presentation of the literary period why on the other hand would give students and teachers a concise material for the discussion concerning the similarities and differences among the authors in question.

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    Title : Czy 'młodzi gniewni' w ogóle istnieli? Próba dyskusji nad bezkrytycznym przyjmowaniem powszechnie uznanej terminologii
    Author(s) : Krzysztof Fordoński
    Abstract : "Did the Angry Young Men Really Exist? An Attempt at a Discussion Concerning Indiscriminate Approach Towards Generally Accepted Terminology." The theoretical aim of the article is to start a discussion concerning the approach towards discussion understood as a (in the Author's opinion largely neglected) teaching method. The practical part of the article includes a selection of information concerning the Angry Young Writers (1950-1965) with a special stress put on their approach towards their recognition (or being labelled) as a generation. The material collected for the article may be further used for the preparation of a number of classes which would also be on the one hand aimed at a presentation of the literary period why on the other hand would give students and teachers a concise material for the discussion concerning the similarities and differences among the authors in question.
    Keywords : Angry Young Men; John Braine, English Novel

    Subject : History of English Literature
    Area : Literature
    Language : Polish
    Year : 1997

    Affiliations University of Warsaw
    Editors : Pyzik, Teresa
    Journal : Literatura w kształceniu i wychowaniu: z teorii i praktyki
    Publisher : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
    City : Katowice
    Pages : 44-55

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    • Piotr Wilczek, Professor, University of Warsaw.
    • Tomasz Sikora, Assistant Professor, English Department, Pedagogical University of Cracow.
    • Piotr Urbański, Professor, Adam Mickiewicz University.
    • Łukasz Karpiński, Assistant Professor, University of Warsaw.
    • Łukasz Berger, Student, Ph.D. Level, Department of Classical Philology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań.
    • Paweł K. Jędrzejko, Associate Professor, Department of American and Canadian Studies of the Institute of English Cultures and Literatures, University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland.

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