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Books: Golimowska, Karolina, The Post-9/11 City in Novels - Literary Remappings of New York and London. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2016. Print.
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Golimowska, Karolina, Isensee, Reinhard and David Rose (Ed.), Family and Kinship in the United States: Cultural Perspectives on Familial Belonging. Peter Lang-Publishing, 2016. Print.
“Navigating the Post-9/11 Metropolis: Reclaiming and Remapping Urban Space in Joseph O’Neill’s "Netherland"     and Jonathan Safran Foer’s "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close".” Wilhite, Keith (Ed.)     The City after 9/11: Literature, Film, Culture. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. 2016. 25-41. Print. “The Ambiguity of the Other in the Post-9/11 Novel: Mohsin Hamid’s "The Reluctant Fundamentalist"     and H.M. Naqvi’s "Home Boy".”, Witkowska, J., Zagratzki U. (Ed.) Us and Them in Relation to 9/11.     Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014. 84-98. Print. “Cricket as a Cure: Post-911 Urban Trauma and Displacement in Joseph O'Neill's      Novel "Netherland".” The Journal of American Culture 2013. Volume 36, No. 3: 230–39. Print. “Transatlantic Miscommunication in David Hare’s Drama "Stuff Happens".”     COPAS Current Objectives of Postgraduate American Studies, University of Regensburg, Vol. 13 (2012). Web.
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