Świat przedmiotów w międzywojennej poezji Marii Pawlikowskiej-Jasnorzewskiej

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Title Świat przedmiotów w międzywojennej poezji Marii Pawlikowskiej-Jasnorzewskiej
Autor: Tkaczuk, Łukasz
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11331/2136
Date: 2015
Źródło: Spotkania Humanistyczne : międzynarodowy interdyscyplinarny periodyk naukowy. - Nr 4 (2015), s. 119-138
Abstract: Maria Pawlikowska-Jasnorzewska has paid much attention to ordinary objects in her interwar poetry. She often referred to various items in the titles of her poems and many times devoted the whole poems to them. The objects that interested the poet are easy to group. Thus we have the objects connected with correspondence (letters, telegrams, manuscripts), works of art and artifacts of art (paintings, carpets, painted plates), lady’s attributes (masks, items of clothing, accessories), as well as various mementos. All the items presented by the author are echoes of her interests, her life in the high culture circle and the travels she took. Pawlikowska-Jasnorzewska’s work shows the material dimension of the world, emphasizing its diversity. The poet noticed the details, ennobled them, found something extraordinary in ordinary things. Her goal was not only to praise the beauty of the object as it always encourages a deeper reflection, often put into an existential perspective. What is more, the author’s work shows the praise of the everyday life, which is characteristic of the Skamandrites, for whom she worked. However, when Pawlikowska-Jasnorzewska became interested in the avant-garde, she also expressed interest in technology and modernity, which also gave us a pretext for thinking

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