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Prace Naukowe Uniwersytetu Śląskiego;1378
The poetic prose of Jarosław Iwaszkiewicz is interpreted in the first part of this article in agreement with the commentary "from the author", as an implementation of a sonata form. The musical content of the text is shown on its several levels: from the instrumental setting of two contrasting themes (the keys of n and r) to the composition (allegro, largo, rondo, variations). Making use of the categories of formal mimetics, the present authorindicates, however, the impossibility of reconciling completely the construction principles of two different types of utterances. Interpretation reveals the limitations of the literary material: the dialogue type relation of the musical structure with the lingual semantics. The musical convention of the form imposes a certain discipline - endeavours to subject to itself the world of the work, but the stratum of the senses liberating itself from these limitations forms an autonomous sphere of philosophical reflections. The element integrating this duality proves to be the conception of the creative subject.