"Wiadomošci Brukowe" (1816-1822) un "Dunduri" (1875-1878). Anonimitāte 19. Gadsimta Poļu un Latviešu satīras izdevumos
"Wiadomošci Brukowe" (1816-1822) and "Dunduri" (1875-1878). Anonymity in 19th Century Polish and Latvian Satiric Publications

Author(s): Justina Prusinovska
Subject(s): Cultural history, Media studies, Social history, 19th Century
Published by: Latvijas Kultūras akadēmija
Keywords: Wiadomošci Brukowe; Dunduri; 19th century; satiric publications; Poland; Latvia;

Summary/Abstract: "Wiadomosci Brukowe" (The Tabloid News) and "Dunduri" (The Gadflies) are two satiric almanacs written by journalists of different nations in a different but politically similar (the main problems were corvee, deep class division, censorship, surge of foreign trends) periods of the 19th century "Wiadomosci Brukowe" consists of 287 volumes, when "Dundun and presented only by four little annals, named jauni Dunduri, Duitihn» Pienākami, Dunduru Padēli and Dundurs Pats. Regardless, there is no significant differences between them. An analysis of their contents provided important information about Polish and Latvian authors similar way of describing reality and preferences of introducing themselves. Also the literary genres they chose were very often. the same: a dialogue and letter or report from the journey, which could guarantee the anonymity. The most interesting issue is that all the authors were. anonymous and their pseudonyms were really very unconventional and sophisticated.

  • Issue Year: 2/2006
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 224-231
  • Page Count: 8
  • Language: Latvian