Sen srebrny Salomei

  • Title: Sen srebrny Salomei
  • Author: Juliusz Słowacki
  • ISBN: 8373897127
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sen srebrny Salomei Dramat kt rego bohaterk uczyni S owacki imienniczk uwielbianej matki to utw r oryginalny cz cy style w tki i sposoby obrazowania oraz si gaj cy do r norodnych tradycji literackich
    Dramat, kt rego bohaterk uczyni S owacki imienniczk uwielbianej matki, to utw r oryginalny, cz cy style, w tki i sposoby obrazowania oraz si gaj cy do r norodnych tradycji literackich.

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    About Juliusz Słowacki


    1. Juliusz S owacki julju sw vatski 4 September 1809 in Kremenets, Volhynia, Russian Empire now in Ukraine 3 April 1849 in Paris was a noted Polish Romantic poet, considered to be one of the Three Bards of Polish literature His works often feature elements of Slavic pagan traditions, mysticism, and Orientalism Life and workInfluenced largely by Byron and Shakespeare, S owacki s early work was often historical in nature, combining exotic locales as in Arab and tragedy as in Maria Stuart His work took on a nationalist tone following the failed November Insurrection of 1830 1831 Like many of his countrymen, he decided to emigrate to France as a political refugee Ironically, the first collections of poems he produced in France were unpopular in his native Poland, as they failed to capture the sentiment of the people living under Russian occupation It was the French authorities which deemed them too nationalist following a trip to Geneva in 1832, he was denied the right to return to France as part of a larger program to rid the country of the potentially subversive Polish exiles who had settled there A third volume of his works, produced in Geneva, was far nationalist in tone, and he began to win recognition in his homeland.In 1836, S owacki embarked on a journey throughout Italy, Greece, Egypt and Palestine, which he described in his epic poem Podr do Ziemi wi tej z Neapolu In 1844, he wrote Genezis z Ducha, an exposition of his philosophical ideas called genesic idea according to which the material world is an expression of an ever improving spirit capable of progression into constantly newer forms.It was at this time that he attached himself to a group of likeminded young exiles, determined to return to Poland and win its independence One of his friends was the pianist and composer Fr d ric Chopin The group travelled to Pozna , then under Prussian control He participated in the Wielkopolska Uprising of 1848, addressing the National Assembly Komitet Narodowy w Poznaniu on 27 April I tell you, he declared as the rebels faced military confrontation with the Prussian Army, that the new age has dawned, the age of holy anarchy By 9 May, the revolt was crushed.Arrested by the Prussian police, S owacki was sent back to Paris On his way there, he passed through Wroc aw, where he was reunited with his mother, whom he had not seen for almost twenty years He died in Paris the following year, and was buried in the Montmartre In 1927, some eight years after Poland regained her independence, the Polish government requested that S owacki s remains be moved to Wawel castle in Krakow He was reinterred near his old rival, Adam Mickiewicz.Long after his death, S owacki acquired the reputation of national prophet His poem Papie S owia ski The Slavic Pope , published in 1848, was believed to foretell the ascension, in 1978, of Karol Wojty a to the throne of St Peter as Pope John Paul II In 2009 Faye Dunaway starred in film The Bait by Polish film director and producer Dariusz Zawislak The Bait is a contemporary version of the drama, Balladyna.


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