THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL LANDSCAPE OF CZESLAW MILOSZ'S POETIC MINIATURE 'HAPPINESS'
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The article analyses the aesthetics and semantics of Cz. Milosz's 'Happiness'. Referred to genres, it analyses relations between epigram, epiphany and a poetic and artistic capriccio, a free style artistic composition. It indicates a visionary style of language, in realistic description and regular narration. It underlines the solar motive as a medium of symbolic meanings, the source of art and anthropological philosophy. The composition creates a discourse with European classicism. Space has an inter-textual dimension here. Cz. Milosz's poem is a hermeneutic explanation of the world and affirmation of culture.
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