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2007 | 4(106) | 153-164
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On poetics, literary theory, and interpretation: once again

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Basing upon the Anna Burzynska's book 'Anty-teoria literatury' (Anti-theory of literature), Cracow, 2006, the author discusses propositions and/or suggestions (pro)posed by post-modern thought against literary studies. Or, more strictly speaking: what should a literary scholar do, in case s/he would try to 'make post-modern' (so to speak) his/her earlier-established views in three areas: poetics, literary theory, and, interpretation? One may sense that the theory interpretation, having been through a long journey through the stormy fluctuations of post-modernity, is now stealthily resuming a solid ground that has been disparaged until recently. This is, namely, a philological-hermeneutic ground, softened to a slight extent by intensified attentiveness toward whatever may be non-systemic or inconsistent in a given text.
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153-164
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  • H. Markiewicz, Uniwersytet Jagiellonski, ul. Golebia 24, 31-007 Krak√≥w, Poland
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08PLAAAA03597300
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bwmeta1.element.de9e39bc-e22c-3402-98c5-88c2393ef3e0
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