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Title: "Ocalony" słucha, "jak mi prędko bije twoje serce" : gdy komunikacja przestaje być porozumieniem
Authors: Jaskółowa, Ewa
Keywords: Wisława Szymborska; analiza tekstu literackiego
Issue Date: 2010
Citation: Język Artystyczny, T. 14 (2010), s. 33-42
Abstract: The article puts forward a hypothesis that a poetic book by Wisława Szymborska Any case is of great importance. The very hypothesis derives from the fact that it is the first book by Wisława Szymborska in which all works can be read in the context of the title and title poem. The second argument in favour of the coherence of this book of poems is an important direction to the lan-guage. It is visible in both the linguistic layer, in a clear multiplication of vocabulary referring to the situation of speech and silence, and the subject-matter itself referring to the issue of communication and understanding. In the text entitled, as the whole book of poems, Any case, there is a problem of threatening understanding in the situaion of communicating by means of the language available in case, that is in each case. An intertextual reference to the poem by Tadeusz Różewicz The Survivor arrives at a conclusion on a generation-specific sensitivity to language. In 1947, in a book Faces of Anxiety, Tadeusz Różewicz, born in 1921, diagnoses language degradation and devaluation. In 1972, in the book Any case, Wisława Szymborska, born in 1923, rises the issue of language as a tool of understanding again and sees that it is threatened when it becomes a cliched, fixed and schematic communication. Hence, such a title of the article.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12128/4534
ISSN: 0209-3731
0208-6336
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