2016 | 1(17) | 61-79
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Poezja bez granic. Ania Walwicz

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Poetry beyond borders? Ania Walwicz
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This is a presentation of the prose poetry of Ania Walwicz, one of Australia’s best-known experimental writers and performers but unknown in Poland. Her two pieces: Australia and Poland are given special attention to show some of the fun damental features of her poems, i.e. loss of identity and transgressive forms of her lang uage. A short recollection of the author’s encounter with the poet in 2012 is included as well.
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