O kilku ideach ważnych dla rozumienia prozy Leopolda Buczkowskiego
On Some Ideas Important for Understanding Leopold Buczkowski’s Prose
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The article presents some ideas which the author has formulated within long-standing studies of Leopold Buczkowski’s prose. They can be listed in the following order: 1) Buczkowski’s prose is not a uniform collection of texts – contrary to that, under careful scrutiny it is viewed as a multiform conglomerate of texts; legibility of “Czarny potok” (“Black Torrent”) tells little about that of “Uroda na czasie” (“A Fashionable Beauty”) (the meaning of “legibility” in Buczkowski’s prose analysis is quite imprecise); 2) his late creativity (from “Uroda na czasie” <”A Fashionable Beauty”>) takes up a non-narrative mode of writing which no longer relies on telling the history and fortune of characters but rather 3) matching real and stylised quotations, Buczkowski juxtaposes pieces of conversations, discourses and micronarrations to exploit the senses and surprising meanings hidden in them. At the same time he builds textual performances which in the new contexts gain new performative meanings.
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