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2014 | 1/2014 "(Mało)miejskość" | 97-110
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O tym, że „inny świat nie istnieje” – formy obecności prowincjonalnego miasta w najnowszej literaturze polskiej

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About that ‘there is no another world’– forms of provincial city’s presence in latest Polish literature
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The text refers to a special kind of places described in the prose of Polish writers Daniel Odija, Filip Onichimowski and Michał Olszewski – the provincial town defined as an area of boredom, stagnation and monotony which destroy the personality of the characters. In a provincial town (defined in opposition to a big city) there live passive people with no positive outlook for the future – drunks, criminals, thieves (Ulica, Do Amsterdamu, Zalani) or artists and journalists (Kronika umarłych). Each of them wants to escape from this place and live in a big city. They strongly believe that in a big city their life will change for the better, but in fact escape from the province does not solve their problems.
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