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2014 | 6 |
Article title

Zapomniany poeta polsko-białoruski: twórczość Jana Kozakowicza

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Yan Kozakovich – forgotten Polish and Belarusian poet
PL
Забыты польска-беларускi паэт Ян Казаковiч
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Siarhiej Kawalou - Lublin
RU
У артыкуле разглядаецца творчасць забытага польска-беларускага паэта Яна Казаковiча (Лiтвiна). Паэт жыў на рубяжы 16–17 вякоў у Вiльнi, пiсаў на польскай мове, але ў сваëй творчасцi выступаў як актыўны патрыëт Вялiкага Княства Лiтоўскага. Эпiграмы i прысвячэннi Казаковiча можна знайсцi ў мно- гiх кнiжных выданнях канца 16 – пачатку 17 веку, але найбольш значным яго творам з’яўляецца паэма «Orzech włoski» («Итальянский орех») (Вiльня 1603) – вольная перапрацоўка элегii Авiдыя «Nux» («Орех»).
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The article is dedicated to the literary creation of a forgotten Polish and Belarusian poet Jan Kozakovich (Litvin). The poet lived at the end of 16th and the beginning of 17th century in Vilna, wrote in Polish, but in his works he is an active patriot of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. The poet’s epigrams and dedication can be found in a number of books published in the late 16th – early 17th century. However, Kozakovich’s most significant work is a poem “Walnut” (Vilna 1603) – an elegy of Ovid’s “The Walnut Tree”, remade in freestyle.
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6
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2014
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Publication order reference
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http://hdl.handle.net/11320/3409
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bwmeta1.element.hdl_11320_3409
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