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2017 | 7 |
Article title

Ciało i jego fragmenty w prozie Mikołaja Gogola

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The article presents a perspective of somatic present in the prose of Nikolai Gogol. The body is treated here as a project - a collection of body fragments. Particular attention is paid to the figure of nose, which occurs in two selected short stories entitledNose and Diary of a Madman. Therefore, any attempt to emancipate the body part is a threat to the need to preserve the face. Nose is a sense of belonging. This part of the body is thus a limit to what we used to be referred to as belonging to us. Its location creates the last bastion of perception, the selfness.
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7
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published
2017
online
2018-07-31
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_14746_kw_2017_7_17
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