Słowiańskie powinowactwa kulturowe w kontekście symboli i magicznych przedmiotów utrwalonych w ukraińskich i kaszubskich pieśniach ludowych
Slavic cultural affinity in context of symbols and magical objects fixed in Ukrainian and Kashubian folk-songs
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The present text-work is an attempt to draw and describe the parallel between Ukrainian and Kashubian folk-songs on the level of vocabulary and expressions that names symbols and magical objects, their convergence and differences in meaning and the specificity of their use in the relevant folklore. The comparative analysis of the most common symbols and magical objects was made on the material enclosed in two cross-sectional collections of Ukrainian and Kashubian folk-songs. Isolated in that way words and expressions isolated were then confronted in a form of the dictionary entries which took under consideration the cycle of songs the text referred to, the context in which it was used and an additional interpretation of its meaning. In the present text-work the aforementioned material was furthermore described in regard to the source texts and its analyzed elements, it’s specifics and the methods of their isolation, The material was also characterized from the point of its similarities and differences in use and in meaning. The article has an additional bibliography, which contains the list of the folk-songs analyzed in the aim choosing the representative sources of folk-songs’ texts.
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