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2016 | 52 | 2(20): Literatura i Język | 61-78
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„SCRIPSI, ET SALVAVI ANIMAM MEAM”. WŁADYSŁAW TARNAWSKI W ŚWIETLE KORESPONDENCJI DO ANDRZEJA GAWROŃSKIEGO

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“Scripsi, et salvavi animam meam”. Władysław Tarnawski in the light of his letters to Andrzej Gawroński
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Based on a collection of Władysław Tarnawski’s letters stored as part of Andrzej Gawroński’s legacy at the Adam Mickiewicz Museum of Literature in Warsaw, the author attempts to analyze a self-portrait left by that Lviv-Przemyśl Anglicist. The aim of the article is to show the significance of friendship between scholars – which is rare but can be strong, especially if based on a long-term acquaintance, shared interests and values. Such was the relationship between Władysław Tarnawski (1885-1951) and Andrzej Gawroński (1885-1927), a multilinguist, specialist in Oriental philology, connected with the Jagiellonian University and the Lviv University.The author also looks at the interests and passions which Tarnawski revealed in the letters to his friend, his everyday worries and his research, as well as the descriptions of the circles in which they both worked.Based on a collection of Władysław Tarnawski’s letters stored as part of Andrzej Gawroński’s legacy at the Adam Mickiewicz Museum of Literature in Warsaw, the author attempts to analyze a self-portrait left by that Lviv-Przemyśl Anglicist. The aim of the article is to show the significance of friendship between scholars – which is rare but can be strong, especially if based on a long-term acquaintance, shared interests and values. Such was the relationship between Władysław Tarnawski (1885-1951) and Andrzej Gawroński (1885-1927), a multilinguist, specialist in Oriental philology, connected with the Jagiellonian University and the Lviv University. The author also looks at the interests and passions which Tarnawski revealed in the letters to his friend, his everyday worries and his research, as well as the descriptions of the circles in which they both worked.
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61-78
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