The nature of „pictorial metaphor” – Mickiewicz’s
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Natura „metafory unaoczniającej” – "Sonety krymskie" Adama Mickiewicza
The nature of „pictorial metaphor” – Mickiewicz’s "Sonety krymskie" [crimean sonnets]

Author(s): Wiesław Rzońca
Subject(s): Cultural history, Studies of Literature, Polish Literature, Philology, Theory of Literature
Published by: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego
Keywords: pictorial metaphor; Sonety krymskie; poetic symbolism; poetic image; postmodernist methodology; anthropological function of distinctness; language of silence
Summary/Abstract: The author of the article comments on the character of ‘pictorial metaphor’which Mickiewicz adopted in his poetic cycle Sonety krymskie [Crimean Sonnets].References to poetic symbolism and the 19th-century theory of poetic image aresupposed to show that the great poet’s artistic techniques enter the context ofpostmodernist methodology as well as anthropological function of distinctness.This has led to demonstrate ‘the language of silence’ as an evidence of ingenuityof Mickiewicz’s cycle throughout the 19th century.

  • Page Range: 170-186
  • Page Count: 17
  • Publication Year: 2018
  • Language: Polish