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2012 | 14 | 43-53
Article title

Skąd się wzięły wulgaryzmy w literaturze po 1989 roku? Obraz kultury literackiej urodzonych w latach sześćdziesiątych, siedemdziesiątych i osiemdziesiątych

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Where does the vulgarisms in 1989 Polish literature come from? The picture of the literary culture of the writers born in the sixties, seventies and eighties
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PL
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This article focuses on the new culture, which influences young writers. The practice of using vulgarisms in the contemporary literature appeared after the changes in the political, economical and social life of 1989. It was caused by the influence of the mass culture, new media and the more liberal life of those times. The generation of barbarians (Marcin Świetlicki, Jacek Podsiadło) used vulgarisms in poetry. This way they wanted to show the truth about life and express their real emotions. They also resorted to the escape from tradition, history and convention. The youngest generation of writers (Marta Podgórnik, Agnieszka Wolny-Hamkało) continued this convention in prose and poetry.
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14
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43-53
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