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Title: Iz povijesti formalne metode: Poljska „integralistička” škola i Zagrebačka književnoznanstvena škola / Z historii metody formalnej: polska szkoła „integralistyczna” i zagrzebska szkoła literaturoznawcza
Authors: Rogić Musa, Tea
Małczak, Leszek
Keywords: formalizm; Manfred Kridl; polska szkoła integralistyczna; Zagrzebska szkoła literaturoznawcza; okres międzywojenny
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
Citation: Przekłady Literatur Słowiańskich, T. 5, cz. 1 (2014), s. 84-133
Abstract: The article discusses the two schools of formalistic literary and theoretical orientations: the Polish integralistic school, the principal representative of which is Manfred Kridl, and the Zagreb school of literary studies, the members of which are clustered around the Zagreb magazine „Umjetnost riječi”. The main settings of both schools will be clearly stated with regard to their place and importance in the overall direction and compared with each other, with an emphasis on differences in the theoretical and methodological foundations of both schools. This article presents an overview of sources in which the original settings were formulated, a comment echoed in their local communities and a description of the current status of formalist directions in which they follow.
ISSN: 1899-9417
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