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Title: Wspólnota i literatura : studia o prozie Morcinka
Authors: Mikołajec, Marek
Advisor: Koziołek, Ryszard
Keywords: Morcinek; wspólnota; literatura; ideologia; komparatystyka; rewizje
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Katowice: Uniwersytet Śląski
Abstract: The main aim of this book is to analyse and interpret relations between community and literature in Morcinek's works, for example ideology of implication, symbolic representations and delitmitation of creative freedom. The second goal is to distinguish fantasies, traumas and obsession presented in Morcinek's novels. Last but not least, Mikołajec describes the comparatistic project of new community, which is based on regional universalism. The studies have thematic arrangement. To reconsider the work of Gustaw Morcinek the researcher involves methodologies, concepts and ideas proposed by Michel Foucault, Giorgio Agamben, Luis Althusser, Pierre Bourdieu, Eric Hobsbawm, Jacques Lacan, Peter Sloterdijk, Jacques Derrida, Walter Benjamin and Carlos Paris. Thus, Mikołajec confronts Morcinek's works with ideas that are beyond the literary criticism created by native context of interpretation of this naive, folk and mining writer. In addition to the analysis, interpretations and comments to Morcinek's prose Mikołajec reaches for other artists, who help to see discussed issues and topics in a broader context. Community and Literature. Studies in prose of Morcinek by Marek Mikołajec corresponds with the current research trend, which main goal is to reread canonical writers, who are generally recognized as well-known but in fact remain undiscovered.
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