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2011 | 153 | 127-136
Article title

Ciało w kulcie pamiętane. Serbskie (siedemnastowieczne) projekcje literackie

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EN
THE BODY RECALLED IN THE CULT. SERBIAN (SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY) LITERARY PROJECTIONS
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The basic topic of deliberation is the Serbian tradition of holiness and its functioning in the cultural system. In the seventeenth century, the cults of saints were a clear manifestation of the cultural distinctiveness and identity, as well as a key factor that integrates the Serbian community. The body, however, as a constructive ecclesiastical sign projects itself in a symbolic double-layer — the object of the cult and the subject of memory awareness. In the seventeenth century, in Serbian cultural space, the flesh in this fundamental role virtually becomes a real tool to recover memory and to reconstruct the past, but first and foremost to update the present fundamental complex of meaning in the Turkish occupation.
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153
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127-136
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