„Więc naprzód pies poczciwy kundel, który nas nigdy nie opuścił…” Wątki kynologiczne w wybranych wierszach polskich poetów XX w.
„First of all, there is, and always will be, our good old mongrel...” Dog motifs in chosen Polish poems from the 20th century
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The aim of this paper is to discuss the motif of the dog occurring in the twentieth century Polish poetry. This will entail two research outlooks: 1. the dog as the author of alyrical monologue, perceiving the world from an animal’s point of view (Monologue of a dog ensnared in history by Szymborska and A dog’s dream by Gałczyński); 2. the dog as the source of interest for the subject of a poem First of all, the dog by Herbert, Dogs by Baczyński, and Stroking a dog by Pawlikowska-Jasnorzewska). The paper serves the role of an introductory article, touching upon the most important issues, foundations and literary devices used in depicting the dog motif in the above-mentioned poems.
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