Sygnatura kobiecości w Olgi Bergholc zapisach dziennikowych z lat 1939–1942
Signature of Femininity in Diary Records by Olga Bergholz from the Years 1939–1942
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This article is based on the diary of a Russian poet, Olga Bergholz. Records from the years 1939– –1942 are analyzed in detail. Records were developed in the period of Stalinist repression, and during the blockage of Leningrad. From a gender perspective, their reading allows situating the work of this poet in a new context. Soviet literary classic, Muse siege, eulogizing heroism of Leningrad residents, shows its second face – a face of a woman focused on everyday experience. The article analyzes notes on autothematism, love and categories of carnality.
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