Tematy i Konteksty 11(16) 2021


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  • Pozycja
    Wieloimiennna kraina wygnania Edwarda Zymana
    (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego, 2021) Dłuski, Stanisław
    The article is an attempt to discuss the most important issues raised in the publication titled “Światy poetyckie Edwarda Zymana”, edited by Marian Kisiel and Bożena Szałasta-Rogowska. The author refreshes the readers’ memory of Edward Zyman, a poet, prose writer, journalist, and literary critic, and then briefly discusses the articles included in the book. New contexts allow for a reinterpretation of Zyman’s work and enrich the studies on Polish émigré literature.
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    Emila Ciorana filozofia człowieka
    (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego, 2021) Błaszczyk, Marek
    The article presents a critical approach to “Podmiot w filozofii Emila Ciorana” by Mateusz Rura (Wydawnictwo UMCS, Lublin 2019). It discusses the main theses presented in the dissertation and invites to reflection on Cioran’s philosophy. The paper shows fundamental existential problems, such as self-consciousness, loneliness, suffering, despair, melancholy, suicide and fear of death.
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    The International Potential of the Polish Nineteenth-Century Novel – a Review of Grażyna Borkowska and Lidia Wiśniewska’s (eds.) “Another Canon: The Polish Nineteenth-Century Novel in World Context”
    (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego, 2021) Rokosz, Elżbieta
    The article is a review of “Another Canon: The Polish Nineteenth-Century Novel in World Context”, edited by Grażyna Borkowska and Lidia Wiśniewska, published in 2020 by Lit Verlag, Switzerland within the “Polonistik im Kontext” series. The first part of the monograph includes articles that provide a reinterpretation of selected novels (including Krasicki’s “The Adventures of Mr. Nickolas Wisdom”, Orzeszkowa’s “On the Niemen”, and Sienkiewicz’s “Without Dogma”) in relation to the main currents of world literature. The second part focuses on the reception of selected nineteenth-century Polish novels in Belarus, Bulgaria, Georgia, Russia, France, Spain, the United States, and Great Britain. The publication is aimed at raising the interest of non-Polish recipients in the nineteenth-century novels during a period when twentieth and contemporary Polish literature has already gained relative popularity abroad.
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    Trzy oblicza listu
    (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego, 2021) Kopa, Dawid
    The article aims at a critical analysis of materials included in the eighth volume of “Epistolografia w dawnej Rzeczypospolitej” [Epistolography in the Former Republic of Poland]. It is a series edited by the academics from the Pedagogical University in Krakow: Piotr Borek and Marcel Olma. The eighth volume has been co-edited by Marcin Piątek. The monograph adopts a scientific approach to epistolography, analysing it from three perspectives, namely literary, linguistic and historical.
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    Spojrzeć w twarz Meduzie: Jerzy Grotowski wobec romantyzmu i mitu Fausta cz. 1. „Farsa-misterium”: „Faust” według J.W. Goethego, Teatr Polski, Poznań, 1960
    (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego, 2021) Kallaus, Agnieszka
    The subject of this paper is the first of the two re-interpretations of the myth of Faust by Jerzy Grotowski – the performance of “Faust” by J.W. Goethe in the Polish Theatre in Poznań (1960), in which Grotowski enters into polemics with Goethe’s romantic and metaphysical vision. The spectacle shows Grotowski’s early aesthetics called as “farce-mystery”, displaying his fascination with ritual as a performative secular alternative to religious experience. The myth of Faust shows his creative confrontation with the archetype, which aims to liberate the spiritual energy beyond religion and myth to renew the community’s sense of the sacred. The author sets out to prove that the story of Faust is of crucial significance to Grotowski as an incarnation of myth that helps him to cope with the trauma of death and transgress the limits of human condition, which reveals his romantic sensibility.