JAROSLAW MAREK RYMKIEWICZ: I 'DIFFERENTIATED' AND I 'DEDIFFERENTIATED'
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In the article the authoress analyzes the conception of the tradition expounded in the manifestos 'What is classicism?' and demonstrates which strategies the poet utilizes in order to quit the alienating nature of language. Most effective proves this mode of constructing of the expression which, after Lacan, she calls the paradox enunciation. The author of 'Thema Regium' attempts to fake the metalinguistic approach enabling him to develop a fiction of being outside of language, and to convince us that he says what he actually wants to say. In this view, he disclaims Paul de Man's concept of the irony. Rymkiewicz is consistent in his use of pastiche style, which allows him to adopt the position of the Master that grants him one of the most marked differentiations.
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