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Title: "Justa parentalia" jako przykład zawodowej twórczości panegirycznej Stanisława Józefa Bieżanowskiego
Authors: Golik-Prus, Aleksandra
Keywords: Stanisław Józef Bieżanowski; Justa parentalia
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
Citation: M. Jarczykowa, A. Sitkowa (red.), "Sarmackie theatrum. T. 6, Między tekstami" (S.96-107). Katowice : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
Abstract: One of the omitted aspects of occasional writing of the second half of the 17th century is the one that should be considered vocational. It clearly exemplifies a literary output of Józef Bieżanowski, a professor of Kraków Academy. All his life, apart from didactics, concentrated on honouring all kinds of events connected with a public and private life of the representatives of various social strata. The subject of interest is a Latin text from 1681, entitled Justa parentalia, devoted to Michał Kazimierz Radziwiłł, who died in Bologna in 1680. The work constitutes a part of an occasional writing, consisting of the title page, stemmata, dedication to John III and a rhymed description of Radziwiłł’s diplomatic mission to Rome. Bieżanowski’s work of a commemorative‑laudative nature illustrates a final shape of evolution, included in the title of the notion of parentalia and its functioning in the reality of the 17th century Republic of Poland. In line with the elements of a publishing literary frame of an occasional text, it perfectly illustrates one of the ways of honouring a funeral of a person representing aristocratic layers of the society, and allows for discerning the author’s talent in an original perspective of the topic covered by other authors many a time so far.
ISBN: 9788322620946
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