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Title: "Rodzina" w rozmowach z Julianem Stryjkowskim
Authors: Maroszczuk, Grażyna
Keywords: Julian Stryjkowski; literatura polska
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
Citation: K. Kralkowska-Gątkowska, B.Nowacka (red.),"Rodzina w czasach przełomów : literackie diagnozy od XIX do XXI wieku" (S. 274-287). Katowice : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego.
Abstract: A family in prose writing by Julian Stryjkowski is a broad topic, noticed by literary analysts of his writings and set in the circle of universal problems connected with the Jewish culture, orientating thinking on miszpacha towards mythological meanings, treating the value of home in the categories of the “last castle”, the place of consolidating religious traditions, space of the law with its elements, prohibition and orders, their obedience, faithfulness and exceptions which become the prime mover of novel‑like events in prose writings by Stryjkowski. It seems that childhood and a family home in novels of Galitia series are topics outlining especially tender and emotionally sensitive areas of memories reconstructed after years. The sketch devoted to para‑textual contexts of considerations on family concentrates on factographic‑docummentary references of the character’s reports and, at the same time, aims at capturing the image of a family in a self‑creative perspective of the discussion. The character’s story thus consolidates an opposition inscribed in a declared resentment to the restrictions of the world of his own group and attachment subconsciously stabilized by a fear of losing his own identity, source value, giving the sense of his own tradition.
ISBN: 9788322620328
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