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2012 | 103 | 3 | 23-33
Article title

Portrety Juliusza Slowackiego w prozie biograficznej 1945–1981

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EN
JULIUSZ SLOWACKI’S PORTRAITS IN POLISH 1945–1981 BIOGRAPHICAL PROSE
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
Starting point of the considerations on Juliusz Slowacki’s portraits in biographical prose is a set of the poet’s fine arts images. This concept, known in Western literary studies as “Künstlerroman” or „portrait of the artist novel,” offers a framework for the presentation of Slowacki’s images in 1945–1981 biographical fiction. The first stage of narrations about Slowacki is made up by socialist realism books, namely “classicizing” picture by Pawel Hertz, and Mieczyslaw Jastrun’s Spotkanie z Salomea (A Meeting with Salomea), the latter being an example of the romantic poet’s image overuse. Next, Stefan Flukowski’s Plomien rozy (Flame of a Rose) is an attempt at a revision of Slowacki’s traditional picture. By contrast, Jan Dobraczynski’s novel Pacierz, co placze, i piorun, co blyska (Prayer that cries and lightning that flashes) exemplifies an ideological use of Slowacki’s picture according to the principles of national democracy.
Year
Volume
103
Issue
3
Pages
23-33
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Contributors
  • University of Varmia and Masuria, Olsztyn
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Document Type
Publication order reference
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