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2011 | 6 | 409-415
Article title

Sacrum a profanum – tożsamość czy potrzeba granic? Sakralizacja w wybranych lekturach szkoły ponadgimnazjalnej

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Title variants
EN
The sacred and the profane – one identity or distinguished spheres ? Sacralization in the text of the secondary school syllabus
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PL
Abstracts
EN
The paper discusses the sacred- profane dichotomy displayed in a few chosen texts belonging to the secondary school syllabus. An attempt will be made to decide if the sacred and the profane spheres should be differentiated or rather identified with each other. First of all, Pan Tadeusz, an epic poem by Adam Mickiewicz is worth noticing. The sacred is displayed owing to the presentation of the setting together with all the inevitable changes that motivate the feelings of nostalgia for the good old days. Thus, one can easily notice various dimensions of the sacred sphere. Yet, the traces of the sacred can be revealed in other texts, such as Sklepy cynamonowe by Brunon Schulz, Lalka by Bolesław Prus, Nieboska komedia by Zygmunt Krasiński and Chłopi by Władysław Stanisław Reymont. In addition, attention will be paid to vital religious notions and to the process of teaching as well.
Year
Volume
6
Pages
409-415
Physical description
Contributors
  • Filologiczne Studium Doktoranckie Wydział Filologiczny Uniwersytet Gdański
References
  • Eliade M., Sacrum i profanum, przeł. R. Reszke, Warszawa 1996.
  • Eliade M., Traktat o historii religii, przeł. J. Wierusz-Kowalski, Łódź 1993.
  • Mickiewicz A., Pan Tadeusz, czyli ostatni zajazd na Litwie. Historia szlachecka z r. 1811 i 1812 we dwunastu księgach wierszem, Warszawa 1996.
  • Taylor Ch., Subtelniejsze języki, przeł. A. Rostkowska, (w:) tegoż: Źródła podmiotowości: narodziny tożsamości nowoczesnej, red. T. Gadacz, Warszawa 2001.
Document Type
Publication order reference
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