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Title: Spacer z Anną Achmatową : o "Przechadzce" Racheli Bojmwoł
Authors: Kisiel, Marian
Keywords: Anna Akhmatova; Rachel Boymvol; Jewish poetry; anti-Semitism
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: "Scripta Classica", Vol. 17, 2020, s. 245-257
Abstract: The article recalls a poem by a Jewish poet, Rachel Boymvol, A Stroll. Dedicated to Anna Akhmatova, it was a response to the second meeting with the Russian poet in 1954. The poem deals with the issue of anti-Semitism in the USSR, which was slowly waning after Stalin's death. Boymvol complains about the absence of Yiddish in public space, about the expulsion of Jewish poetry from the cultural awareness of Russians, and also strikes on a biographical note. Comparing herself with Akhmatova „the queen of the poem”, Boymvol presents herself as the guardian of the Jewish word, whose royal lineage has been denied by centuries-old Judeophobic attitudes.
DOI: 10.31261/SC.2020.17.16
ISSN: 1732-3509
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