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dc.contributor.authorBogusz-Tessmar, Paulina-
dc.identifier.citationStudia Rossica Posnaniensia, Nr 36 (2011), 21-30.pl_PL
dc.description.abstractThe article The function of a crypto-quotation on the basis of the picture of “Quod est veritas. Christ and Pilate” by M. Ge and “The Legend of the Grand Inquisitor” by F. Dostoyevsky aims at highlighting the relations between the analysed phenomena found both in the picture of Ge and in the legend. It reveals the mutual correspondence between the picture and the legend. To make such comparison possible, the author holds a view that methodological assumptions of the so called art correspondence and semiosphere may become sub-codes, which allow mutual influence and explanation of one sign by the others. Common ground for the two texts (the picture and the legend) may be a dialogue and a mythical approach. From the analysis, the author comes to a conclusion that the crypto-quotation (a hidden quotation) may be perceived as the polyphony of the word and the picture, which, to a certain extent, can be associated with Bakhtin's theory of the polyphony of the word in Dostoyevsky's novels.pl_PL
dc.sourceStudia Rossica Posnaniensia, Nr 36 (2011), s.
dc.titleФункция криптоцитаты на основе сравнительного анализа картины „Что есть истина. Христос и Пилат” Н. Ге и „Легенды о Вели- ком Инквизиторе” Ф.М. Достоевскогоpl_PL
dc.title.alternativeFunkcja kryptocytatu na podstawie analizy porównawczej obrazu „Quod est veritas. Chrystus i Piłat” M. Ge i „Legendy o Wielkim Inkwizytorze” F.M. Dostojewskiegopl_PL
dc.title.alternativeThe function of a crypto-quotation on the basis of the picture of “Quod est veritas. Christ and Pilate” by M. Ge and “The legend of the Grand Inquisitor” by F. Dostoyevskypl_PL
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