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Wilczek, Czy istnieje kanon literatury polskiej? Obraz nie jest realistyczny: This can be seen clearly in the early s, when he began switching from Slovene to English and his plurilingual voice was seized and empowered by the interest of scholars at US-American universities and publishing houses. Lubomirski, Poezje zebrane, oprac. In a perplexing intellectual atmosphere, they took notions from French left-wing radical theory, artistic neo-avant-garde, and radical student movements and tried to adapt them to Marxism in its version of official Yugoslav meta-ideology.

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They were more concerned with language, taste, ideology, and the lifestyles of their contemporaries. Setting the pertinent commonplace in words, they adapted it to elaborate their own ideas, compositional outline e. On the one hand, they understood parody as substitution of individual words or phrases, turning a serious model into a comic one; as preservation of words, forms, or style of an elevated text while profanizing its plot or theme; on the other hand, they saw in parody a caricature of the expressive qualities “manners” of a particular writer.

It is then no surprise that Cicero called the poet the orator’s relative and that public speaking and artistic prose inspired one another.

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He employed erudite examples or allusions to classical mythology, the Christian literary tradition, and the history and literary classics of Antiquity, the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Baroque. Burton, To the Reader at Leisure [w: History aluzjaa Poetics of Intertextuality Chapter One Introduction The reader — nowadays a rare species, to be sure — who has not yet been infected by the “virus” of postmodernist theory would probably find the idea of intertextuality counterintuitive, although it denotes, categorizes, and interprets processes that have for some time accompanied texts’ production and reception.

Thus Vergil’s Aeneid was an attempt at a nationally representative Roman equivalent of the Iliad. It is sensible to introduce new concepts only if we can better define, connect, and explain a given field of inquiry.

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The “Sermon on Sin and Penance” in The Freising Monuments is thus composed largely from fragments of Matthew’s Gospel and Paul’s Letters to the Romans and Hebrews, not in their original form but as reshaped and contaminated by the grullet tradition from the third to the eighth centuries see Dolinar and Faganel.


For example, in Ulysses, James Joyce transposed the Homeric epic into everyday Dublin of the beginning of the twentieth century, causing his writing to balance on the edge of travesty. That is how the Classicist Nicolas Boileau, on the example of Tassoni, introduced the genre into French as the opposite of Scarron’s Baroque travesty, which seemed to him stylistically too coarse, and called it “new burlesque.

Contrafacts gradually assumed as their model texts grjllet songs and other short literary works, too, whether popular and well-known favorites or classic, canonized ones.

Trzej satyrycy rzymscy, dz. BNTNT There are two main aulzja for this see von Koppenfels ; Zima, Komparatistik Satires and Epistles; Persius: Strasznie mnie to fascynuje.

In its hybrid mix of verse and prose, styles, registers, and genres, coupled occasionally with daring fantasy, picaresque plots, or coarse realism, menippea critically scrutinized great religious themes, debased mythic figures, and parodied philosophical systems and learned ideas.

It is important that Kristeva added to the terms social breadth — their function was to locate the text author, subject in the tradition and socio- historical context: The sentence “Umberto Eco wrote some important postmodern novels” is relevant only because the name cited in thousands of prior utterances and texts has become known as an example of a prominent public figure, an important author and thus opinions of him are worthy of attention ; the sentence about Eco would have no meaning if its addressees — from the large, unsurveyable mass of the already spoken and written — in the process of their linguistic-communicative socialization had not formed some broader or more specialized understandings.

In doing so he paraphrases humorously or just quotes freely verses from the plays. Descartes, Regulae ad directionem ingenii. The verbal subject, however, was absent from the text. The aluzjw of parodic theater runs from the late seventeenth century to the present; Dentith discusses Shakespeare’s carnivalization and “play with a play” structure, burlesque assaults on heroic tragedy Fielding’s Tom Thumbmock melodrama, popular travesties of Shakespeare, and Stoppard’s sophisticated Travesties and rewriting of Hamlet The post-Renaissance novel was considered generally to be outside the canon; it was particularly popular among the middle-class readership.

Pseudo-Hippokrates, List 13 [w: The classical system of rules and genres was on the face of it observed, but writers who shared the viewpoint of the so-called moderns les modernesdeliberately took them apart from within, occasionally provocatively violating them as well. They provided handy topical references and support for speakers’ theses in the form of illustrations, authoritative grille, and testimonies exemplum, similitudo, auctoritas, and testimoniumthe significance of which enjoyed social consensus; in Topics, Aristotle called such agreement endoxa.


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Kukulski, Warszawas. More widespread in Slovenia were inversions of popular and classic literary works, especially from the core of the national literary canon. The model reader of this sentence should have an idea of what the expression “to write” means, and be familiar with the meanings and references of “novel” and “postmodern.

Zalewski, Tajemnica Szymona Budnego, Lublins. The description of the beloved in the sonnet persistently alludes to and simultaneously negates them Shakespeare Ajdukiewiczowie, Warszawat. The idea’s generators, Kristeva and Barthes, already attempted to protect the new conceptual field from banal reduction to traditional phenomena in literary history.

Lotman, Il problema della traduzione poetica [w: Czym bowiem jest czas: However, as in my other studies, my way of thinking is sympathetic towards some basic systemic principles, such as the constructedness of knowledge, meaning, and categories e. For example, in The Acharnians, Aristophanes parodically alludes to typical motifs, characters, and props of Euripides’s tragedies e.

Another, more productive ground for the appearance of parody right up to the twentieth century was the development of the novel Bakhtin, The Dialogic Imagination ; Dentith 55 The art encompassed material as well as formal arguments: Today, when the accelerated dynamic of social change has created paradoxically the impression of the “end of history,” the term intertextuality seems outmoded and of little theoretical appeal.

Dev became the first Slovene conscious of the concept of belles- lettres to take up writing in Slovene, he imitated classical verse forms and poetic genres such as elegy and ode.

Majewski, Warszawas. Queste parole da lor ci fuor porte. History and Poetics of Intertextuality concepts, and things, which of course also affects intertextuality, see below. auzja

This manner of citation thus marked the beginnings of the essay as a genre, which in modern Europe meant one of the starting points for writing shaped by empirical, experiential, non-axiomatic cognition. In the latter part of the sixteenth century, thanks to printing, conventions of marking citations, such as italics or quotation marks, became widespread. Nowadays one of the favorite locations of citation — including one significantly altered — is indeed in the title.

Citations are taken from different periods, spheres of culture and civilization from Antiquity and troubadour poetry to classical Chinese and Japanese lyrics.