Piotr Bogalecki

Piotr Bogalecki
University of Silesia in Katowice · Institute of Literary Studies

dr hab. prof. UŚ (Associate Professor)

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The Map and the Audience: Directions of the Cartographic Poem Development in Polish Experimental Poetry The cartographic poem (poem-map) is an experimental poetic text structured after a map, namely a logovisual composition with linguistic elements arranged following a ground plan. This article defines the development directions of the cartographi...
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Streszczenie Artykuł stanowi analizę porównawczą i interpretację dwóch tekstów poetyckich: wiersza Prze-gięcie autorstwa Piotra Sommera, pochodzącego z tomu Dni i noce (2009), oraz utworu Mirona Białoszewskiego z 1961 roku, rozpoczynającego się od słów "kochać taka sztuka". W obu z nich kluczową rolę odgrywa metafora cykania-tykania, przywołująca a...
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Artykuł stanowi próbę rekonstrukcji poetyki wczesnych tekstów Krystyny Miłobędzkiej. Głównym przedmiotem zamieszczonych w nim analiz jest tom "Spis z natury", powstający w pierwszej połowie lat sześćdziesiątych XX wieku jako poetycki debiut, lecz wówczas nieopublikowany. Podejmując łączną lekturę dwóch składających się na niego cykli poetyckich – "...
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The paper is an attempt at reconstructing the poetics of early texts by Krystyna Miłobędzka, mostly the book of poems "Spis z nature", written in 1960s – Miłobędzka’s poetic debut, unpublished at the time. By reading together the two poetic cycles comprising it – "Anaglify" and "Małe mity" – the author stresses the need to extend the non-anthropoce...
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Re­examining Julian Kornhauser’s early poetic and prose work, Bogalecki highlights the many references to the Jewish religious tradition and the key role they play. The metaphor of Marranism allows Bogalecki to show that Judaism is a hidden tradition in Kornhauser’s work of the mid­1970s. It appears in veiled form in his debut poetry collection Nas...
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The subject of this article is Olga Tokarczuk’s libretto to the opera Ahat-ilī. Siostra bogów (Ahat-ilī – Sister of Gods) by Aleksander Nowak, which premiered on 16 September 2018. Although the idea for the libretto was based on the novel Anna In w grobowcach świata (Anna In in the Tombs of the World), published in 2006 as part of the Canongate Myt...
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Jeden z głównych tematów rozmowy Marty Baron-Milian i Piotra Bogaleckiego z Jakubem Kornhauserem, tłumaczem prozy Gherasima Luki z języka rumuńskiego i francuskiego, badaczem i popularyzatorem jego twórczości, stanowi próba usytuowania dwujęzycznej twórczości autora Biernego wampira w obszarze literatury rumuńskiej i francuskiej oraz na mapie prakt...
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The paper is a comparative analysis and interpretation of two poetic texts: the poem Przegięcie by Piotr Sommer, from the volume Dni i noce (2009), and Miron Białoszewski’s poem from 1961, starting with the words kochać taka sztuka. In both of them, the key role is played by the metaphor of chirping-ticking, evoking the ancient metaliterary topos o...
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Artykuł stanowi próbę porównania eksperymentalnych działań artystycznych kompozytora Bogusława Schäffera i poety Witolda Wirpszy podejmowanych niezależnie od siebie w latach 60. XX wieku. W dorobku tego pierwszego zwrócono uwagę na rolę i sposoby wykorzystania słowa w jego graficznych partyturach; postanowiono tezę, że partyturę S·alto na saksofon...
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The article covers wiersze-nadsłowne [“supra-verbal” poems] by Marian Grześczak written in the period of 1959–1963, which was one of the first specimens of concrete poetry in Poland. The main part comprises an elaborate analysis of a work titled Miasto: partytura [City: score] (previously called: Miasto, parodia [City, parody]). The text becomes a...
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An article on the impact exerted on Polish poets by the biography and theological intuitions of the Wrocław-born Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906–1945). While stressing the role played by publications from 1970 (Selected Writings by the Lutheran theologian and the monograph: Chrześcijanin w Trzeciej Rzeszy by Anna Morawska) Piotr Bogalecki perceived this...
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The present article, inscribing itself into the field of literary anthropology (as projected by Danuta Ulicka) and attempting at a neo-avant-guard re-interpretation of Polish post-war poetry (inspired chiefly by H. Foster's propositions), is dedicated to the oeuvre of three notable scholars of concrete poetry in Poland. Even though the theoretical...
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The article presents three „conceptual personae” (Giles Deleuze, Félix Guattari) of the contemporary humanist: dilettante, amateur and jester. The first two are discussed on the basis of texts of such Polish essayists as Krzysztof Czyżewski, Marcin Król and Leopold Tyrmand, who used to emphasize not only the cultural history of these figures but al...
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WIELOGŁOS Pismo Wydziału Polonistyki UJ 2 (32) 2017, s. 1–27 Transcripts. Tradition and Experiment in Polish PostWar Score-Poems The article is focused on the score-poems-experimental poetic texts which use a musical score as the interpretant (in M. Riffaterre's understanding of the notion), whether as the idea or in one of its historically develo...
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Abstrakt The article provides an interpretation of Middle Ages, a poem from Stanisław Barańczak’s debut publication Facial Corrections (1968). Focussing on the way that numerous examples of zeugma and syllepsis are used, the author argues that this poem, which was probably inspired by the first Polish publication of the Waning of the Middle Ages b...
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The article arose from a conviction that postsecular thought which provides a valuable inspiration for Western literary studies may prove a legitimate interpretative perspective for a number of Polish pieces, including those representing the trend referred to as linguistic poetry. Constitutive for the pieces is a twine of specific poetics, metalite...
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The article offers an attempt at reading the poetic oeuvre of Stanisław Barańczak in postsecular perspective, marked mostly by the presence of two elements: reflection on functioning of theological and religious motives in societies undergoing intense processes of secularization, and a constant reference to meta-linguistic issues, a heritage of the...
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Review: Rafał Ilnicki, Bóg cyborgów. Technika i transcendencja. Wydawnictwo Naukowe Wydziału Nauk Społecznych UAM, Poznań 2011.
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The essay is an attempt of rethinking a mode of authorship in literary science discourse of Tadeusz Rachwał and Tadeusz Sławek. Their texts is being compared with G. Deleuze and F. Guattari's method of collective writing and interpreted according to theories of J. Derrida, P. de Man and M. Foucault. Rachwał and Sławek's strategy of double authorshi...

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