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2016 | 16 | 107-120
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"Słowa nawracające" – somantyczność w poezji Jerzego Ficowskiego. Pisane pożydowskim oksymoronem

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Words returning ‒ soma and semantics in the poetry of Jerzy Ficowski. Writing in post-Jewish oxymoron The work of Jerzy Ficowski, the author of Odczytanie popiołów, Ptak poza ptakiem, Amulety i definicje, raises the problem of postmemory and re-tale. This is self-contained intimate poetry that witnessed historic and aesthetic changes after the Holocaust. This problem, in soma-semantic context, is presented through the interpretation of selected poems, which combines an aspect of body and meaning. The essence of Jerzy Ficowski’s poems is bordeland language which is visible in the poems concerning the memory of the Jews and Roma. It is in these poems that Ficowski expands the semantic and social limits of ‘post-Jewish’ category by using various memory formulas such as transformation and repetition. Key words: post-war poetry; memory; post-memory; borderland language; Extermination; testimony; empathy;
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16
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107-120
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2017-12-11
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_24917_20811853_16_8
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