The article addresses a little known and to date almost not investigated issue of perception of the works of art in Bialoszewski's prose. The poet's notes from his visit to the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest treasured at the Museum of Literature, Section of Manuscripts, and his correspondence with Jadwiga Stanczakowa made way to reveal some interesting aspects of Bialoszewski's visit to Hungary's capital city, including the circumstances of the recurring visits to the museum. A careful analysis of the notes shows that Bialoszewski treated the museum collection quite selectively. The Budapest notes also certify that some characteristic linguistic structures and formulas used later on in Rozkurz (Loss) were noted down before his arrival in Warsaw, completely independent of Leszek Solinski.
A. Sliwa, University of Gdansk, Gdansk, Poland
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