'Nobody Says So', or on Two Ways of Interrogations about Intriguing Particles in a Piece of Poetry. A Parallel
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The article is created to build a vivid (but not evaluating) contrast between two approaches (i.e. literary and linguistic ones) to the examination of structure and meaning, included in stylistic poetic idiomatic analysis of linguistic micro-clusters. An example of the first approach is the quotation of Adam Poprawa's remarks on Krystyna Milobedzka's phrasal construct 'mów sie' (speak itself), whereas the other is our analysis of Wislawa Szymborska's phrasal construct 'patrza we wszystko im jedno' (they are looking at it is all the same to them).
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