Grażyna Urban-Godziek

Grażyna Urban-Godziek
Jagiellonian University | UJ · Faculty of Polish Studies

PhD

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Romanic Traditional Alba-Between Popular Poetry and Courtly One This paper initiates a series of texts devoted to genres of love songs that combine the motif of a parting or meeting of lovers at the break of dawn. It is a genological introduction to the classification of Polish poems of this kind from the 16th and 17th centuries (Chapter 1. Introdu...
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The Courtly Alba of Troubadours (Parting at Dawn) The second in the series of studies devoted to the genre of love songs, which combines the motif of lovers parting or meeting at dawn, presents the most canonical form of the genre, i.e. the courtly alba of the Occitan (Provencal) troubadours. Chapter 1. Courtly alba (knightly, learned, aristocrati...
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Traditional and Courtly Alba: A Selection of Romance Lyrics Translated by Magdalena Pabisiak. A selection of mediaeval Romance lyrics complementing the two previous studies published in this issue of Terminus. It presents the first Polish translations of a number of works classified as traditional and courtly albas. The translations were made from...
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Grażyna Urban-Godziek proposes a new genre classification based on the work of French medievalists to be applied to Polish love poetry from the 16th and 17th centuries. The theoretical introduction presents thematic variants of a basic genre of popular Romanesque lyric poetry, namely the chanson de femme (a woman’s lamentable love song). The author...
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Angelinetum and Other Poems. Giovanni Marrasio. Trans. Mary P. Chatfield. The I Tatti Renaissance Library 73. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2016. xx + 292 pp. $29.95. - Volume 70 Issue 4 - Grażyna Urban-Godziek
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Did old-time Poles dream of the Fortunate Isles? Polish translations of Epode 16 in the context of the Horatian dichotomy of the images of a fortunate place, i.e., Beatus ille vs. “insulae fortunatae” Abstract: The considerations concerning the Polish reception of Horace’s Epode 16, as presented in this article, proceed in two directions. One is o...
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Abstrakt Paraklausithyron — a lover’s lament at the closed door of the beloved, desiring entry, is a very old literary and musical motif, deriving from the archaic genre of komos, characteristic for Greek comedy. Paraklausithyron was successfully adopted by Roman literature to become one of the basic motifs of love elegy in the Roman Empire of Aug...
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The article presents an elegiac motif of paraclausithyron (a song sung behind the closed door) in the poetical output of a Dutch Latinist, Johannes Secundus (1511–1536). The night vigil behind the closed door experienced by a rejected poet-lover who tries in vain to gain his beloved’sfavour and access to her alcoveis comparedby the Roman elegiacs(P...
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Patrum erga filiam amor luctuosus: Mournful Expression of Family Love in the Poetry of Giovanni Pontano and Jan Kochanowski. Parallels and Inspirations The early modern tradition of poetry dedicated to family love was started by Giovanni Pontano. He used the tradition of Roman love elegy in order to write the collection De amore coniugali (On Con...

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