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2020 | 74 | 1-2 (328-329) | 431-453
Article title

Krasiński i doświadczenie miłości romantycznej

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Krasiński and the Experience of Romantic Love
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By referring to the legal principles of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, which grants man a right to privacy, as well as to generally binding ethical principles the author protests against issuing the private correspondence of poets and men of letters who did not express consent for such a publication, a practice common in the history of literature. Letters of this sort, as testified by the example of writings concerning the correspondence of Zygmunt Krasiński and Delfina Potocka, may become the object of further far-reaching abuse. The author of the article demonstrates that in this case they are associated with a lack of elementary education in the domain of contemporary psychology on the part of Polish researchers dealing with literature. By benefitting from the discoveries and conceits of classical Freudian psychoanalysis D. Danek shows how the bond known as Romantic love between Krasiński and Delfina Potocka was a deeply authentic experience whose roots reached a tragic childhood connected with an early loss of the mother and emotional abuse committed by the father.
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74
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431-453
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