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Title: Stanisław Barańczak jako krytyk języka. Wokół dwóch esejów z tomu Poezja i duch Uogólnienia
Other Titles: Stanisław Barańczak as a critic of language. On two essays from Poetry and Spirit of Generalisation
Authors: Trubicka, Hanna
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM w Poznaniu
Citation: Przestrzenie Teorii, nr 16, 2011, str. 133-156
Abstract: The articles derives from a conviction that the later essays writing of Stanisław Barańczak in one of its important aspects is a criticism of the morally destructive features of the language. His theory of poetry as a particular kind of speech – directed to the concrete, multimeaning, always individual – is a simple consequence of a conviction abot what should be the language in general results from the deeply ethical objection to the generality, exaggerated abstractness, one-sidedness of an opinion. Manifestations of such “a laying the language in charge”, to use Barańczak’s own words, I can be found mostly in his two late essays titled Człowiek, Który Za Dużo Wie [The Man Who Knows Too Much] and Poezja i duch Uogólnienia [Poetry and the Spirit of Generalisation]. In their rhetoric I am looking for the supplement of his relation to language.
ISBN: 978-83-232-2337-5
ISSN: 1644-6763
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