Przestrzeń natury w "Dębach czarnobylskich". Tadeusz Miciński jako przyrodnik

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Title Przestrzeń natury w "Dębach czarnobylskich". Tadeusz Miciński jako przyrodnik
Tytuł równoległy: Space of nature in Dęby czarnobylskie
Autor: Tkaczuk, Łukasz
Date: 2016
Źródło: Czytać Tadeusza Micińskiego. Studia / red. nauk. Antoni Czyż, Marcin Pliszka, Sławomir Sobieraj. - Siedlce: Pracownia Wydawnicza Wydziału Humanistycznego Uniwersytetu Przyrodniczo Humanistycznego, 2016, s. 81-107
Abstract: In Dęby czarnobylskie, which is an early collection of short stories by Tadeusz Miciński, the writer’s unusual sensitivity to the broadly defined space of nature is revealed, and which significant role is clearly accentuated in each of his works. Various issues related to the areas of nature are one of the links affecting the mental and stylistic coherence of the work. Consistent, vivid and detailed descriptions of the space of nature are always accompanied by sparse presentation of area associated with civilization, what suggests that the author sought to abolish the opposition between culture and nature. Since the writer strongly advocated the latter, he desired unity and blurring the boundary. Nature in DÄ™by czarnobylskie is the power and dominant space. In its surroundings the characters of the stories experience changes, they are insiders in the sphere of higher values, and the contact with all what is pristine, original and unadulterated is for them a key step on the way towards their inner reintegration. Nature plays also a role of the eternal monument of history, it is the space of extrasensory experiences. However, together with a deeper knowledge of nature, it turns out that inside of it there is a kind of uncontrollable, mysterious and demonic element, the endless chain of biological changes which exists due to death, and which owes its persistence to the eternal process of the languishing of one form in favour of another. Thus, the main characters of the cycle not only experience the salutary role of nature, but some of them submerge themselves in it and lose in the confrontation with the force of nature, and the cost of the failure is sometimes their own life.
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