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2005 | 39 | 2(389) | 47-56
Article title

TRANSGRESSION OF HERBERT'S POETRY. THE LANDSCAPE FORM OF MEMORY EXISTENCE

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PL
Abstracts
EN
Poetic word is transgressive in the sense that it saves and breaks down the border of time and space, puts down all borders and restrictions. Z. Herbert uses transgression typical of the lyrics to make bits of the world which have to pass away - immortal. They are stored in fragile archives of memory, imagination and dream. The poet forms a textual, poetic landscape out of them. The phenomenon is illustrated by the following writings: 'Moje miasto', 'Przeczucia eschatologiczne Pana Cogito', 'Pan Cogito mysli o powrocie do rodzinnego miasta', 'Modlitwa Pana Cogito - podróznika', 'Rovigo', 'Las Ardenski', 'Pudelko zwane wyobraznia'.
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Volume
39
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47-56
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ARTICLE
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  • M. Solecki, address not given, contact the journal's editor
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CEJSH db identifier
05PLAAAA0034842
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.b805b6dd-e77c-3ad2-8b07-9b3b36557a11
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