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Title: Spór (albo dwugłos) w służbie myślenia
Authors: Krakowiak, Małgorzata
Keywords: Polish literary criticism of the 20th century; personalism; dialogism; Kazimierz Wyka; Ludwik Fryde
Issue Date: 2015
Citation: Śląskie Studia Polonistyczne, Nr 1 (2015), s.91-108
Abstract: The article depicts relations between two distinguished Polish literary critics from the interwar period – Kazimierz Wyka and Ludwik Fryde. They both represented the same literary generation (the 1910 generation) and the same programmepostulating critical model. Despite shared interests, among them responses to the same literary events (especially Maria Dąbrowska’s Noce i dnie) and shared issues of literary generations, their relationship was usually described as a dispute. Wyka and Fryde adopted a different stance on the critical and social impact of Stanisław Brzozowski and the significance of work of Wyka’s master Stefan Kołaczkowski. Their world view also differed. Although both critics were among the first proponents and promoters of personalism in Poland, Wyka was closer to Emmanuel Mounier’s way of thinking, whereas Fryde was closer to Jacques Maritain’s.
ISSN: 2084-0772
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