Aleksandra Tryniecka writes her PhD dissertation at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin. She studies female characters in neo-Victorian novels. Moreover, she is interested in the Brontës’ literary heritage. She is in love with Oscar Wilde’s works and epigrams. Presently, she is a trainee at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Aleksandra’s papers were published, among others, in PASE Face to Face, Page to Page and Visions and Revisions volumes, Athens Journal of Philology and International Journal of Arts and Sciences.
Oleksandra Hryhor is a student at the Department of Applied Linguistics, UMCS, Poland. She is interested in foreign languages, journalism and translation studies. Oleksandra spent a year as an exchange student at the US school in Iowa. She likes mountains, gardens, music, Hayao Miazaki’s movies, “The Catcher in the Rye”, Haruki Murakami’s books, piano, rivers, headphones and many other things.
Mariia Oryshchuk is a student at the Department of Applied Linguistics, UMCS, Poland. She can speak 5 languages and she likes working in a multicultural environment. Mariia is good at customer service, events promotion and sales. She is fond of hiking, meditating, playing the guitar, doing sports and travelling.