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2008 | 99 | 1 | 105-119
Article title

TADEUSZ RÓZEWICZ'S LOVE DISCOURSE

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PL
Abstracts
EN
One of the fundamental problems of Tadeusz Rózewicz's poetry is the issue of resistance offered by the experience of the body's existence, its suffering and desire to the institution of literature. Power and violence of literature make up Rózewicz's 'totalitarian' order, which needs to be disrupted by a tough work inside the discourse, and which breaks the determined conventions of expression. This gesture of emancipaton by the author of 'Anxiety' is reflected in 'The Soul', in which the borders between genres and literary types are blurred. The text under consideration is a textual hybrid in which the language of desire is freed by the death of a beloved woman and subject set exclusively against the absent lover. Rózewicz's text depicts an irreducible dimension of desire. Writing becomes a stage for expression of both the painful loss and of longing for eternally dragged away and impossible presence.
Year
Volume
99
Issue
1
Pages
105-119
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Document type
ARTICLE
Contributors
  • D. Szczukowski, Uniwersytet Gdanski, ul. Bazynskiego 1a, 80-952 Gdansk, Poland
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CEJSH db identifier
08PLAAAA04128063
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.c75f127f-39e7-3f69-8d3f-b1958d54d4b4
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