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Stanislaw Brzozowski and the Migration of Ideas : Transnational Perspectives on the Intellectual Field in Twentieth-Century Poland and Beyond / Edward M. Swiderski, Jens Herlth.

Contributor(s): Herlth, Jens [editor.] | Kozicka, Dorota | Swiderski, Edward M [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lettre.Publisher: Bielefeld : transcript-Verlag, [2019]Copyright date: ©2019Description: 1 online resource (362 p.).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783839446416.Subject(s): Cultural History | Cultural Studies | Eastern European History | Literary Criticism In 20th Century Poland | Literary Studies | Literary Theory | Literature | Polish Intellectual History | Slavic Studies | LITERARY CRITICISM / European / Eastern (see also Russian & Former Soviet Union)Online resources: Open Access | Cover
Contents:
Frontmatter -- Table of Contents -- On Brzozowski's Presence and Absence in Poland and Beyond -- "Sounding out idols": Brzozowski and Strindberg as Nietzsche Readers -- "Ibsen! Oh, let us not invoke this name in vain!" Brzozowski's Ibsen Not-quite-read -- Stanisław Brzozowski and Die Neue Zeit -- Les Déracinés: Brzozowski and Barrès -- The Cult of Will and Power: Did Brzozowski Inspire Ukrainian Nationalism? -- Brzozowski and Cioran: The Legend of Young Poland and The Transformation of Romania -- Brzozowski and the Italians -- Brzozowski and Rorty: Coping with the Contingent Self -- Stanisław Brzozowski and Romantic Revision (Meyer Howard Abrams, Northrop Frye, Harold Bloom): Prolegomena -- Brzozowski as Precursor to Contemporary Studies on Cyprian Norwid's Legacy -- Brzozowskianism: The Trouble with the "Great" Brzozowski and His Followers -- "...actually speaking, this man converted me": Jerzy Liebert, Brzozowski, and the Question of a Modern Religous Poetry -- Stanisław Brzozowski as Harbinger and Enabler of Modern Literary Theory in Poland and the West -- The Stalinist Reception of Stanisław Brzozowski's Philosophy: The Case of Paweł Hoffman -- Brzozowski and the Question of Engagement: On a Different Concept of the Autonomy of Art -- Brzozowski or Plots of the Future -- Epilogue -- Contributors
Title is part of eBook package:EBOOK PACKAGE COMPLETE 2019 EnglishTitle is part of eBook package:EBOOK PACKAGE COMPLETE 2019Title is part of eBook package:EBOOK PACKAGE Literary, Cultural and Area Stud. 2019 EnglishTitle is part of eBook package:EBOOK PACKAGE Literary, Cultural and Area Studies 2019Title is part of eBook package:transcript eBook Package English Frontlist 2019Summary: As a writer, critic, and philosopher, Stanisław Brzozowski (1878-1911) left a lasting imprint on Polish culture. He absorbed virtually all topical intellectual trends of his time, adapting them for the needs of what he saw as his primary mission: the modernization of Polish culture. The essays of the volume reassess and contextualize Brzozowski's writings from a distinctly transnational vantage point. They shed light on often surprising and hitherto underrated affinities between Brzozowski and intellectual figures and movements in Eastern and Western Europe. Furthermore, they explore the presence of his ideas in twentieth-century century literary criticism and theory.
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Frontmatter -- Table of Contents -- On Brzozowski's Presence and Absence in Poland and Beyond -- "Sounding out idols": Brzozowski and Strindberg as Nietzsche Readers -- "Ibsen! Oh, let us not invoke this name in vain!" Brzozowski's Ibsen Not-quite-read -- Stanisław Brzozowski and Die Neue Zeit -- Les Déracinés: Brzozowski and Barrès -- The Cult of Will and Power: Did Brzozowski Inspire Ukrainian Nationalism? -- Brzozowski and Cioran: The Legend of Young Poland and The Transformation of Romania -- Brzozowski and the Italians -- Brzozowski and Rorty: Coping with the Contingent Self -- Stanisław Brzozowski and Romantic Revision (Meyer Howard Abrams, Northrop Frye, Harold Bloom): Prolegomena -- Brzozowski as Precursor to Contemporary Studies on Cyprian Norwid's Legacy -- Brzozowskianism: The Trouble with the "Great" Brzozowski and His Followers -- "...actually speaking, this man converted me": Jerzy Liebert, Brzozowski, and the Question of a Modern Religous Poetry -- Stanisław Brzozowski as Harbinger and Enabler of Modern Literary Theory in Poland and the West -- The Stalinist Reception of Stanisław Brzozowski's Philosophy: The Case of Paweł Hoffman -- Brzozowski and the Question of Engagement: On a Different Concept of the Autonomy of Art -- Brzozowski or Plots of the Future -- Epilogue -- Contributors

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As a writer, critic, and philosopher, Stanisław Brzozowski (1878-1911) left a lasting imprint on Polish culture. He absorbed virtually all topical intellectual trends of his time, adapting them for the needs of what he saw as his primary mission: the modernization of Polish culture. The essays of the volume reassess and contextualize Brzozowski's writings from a distinctly transnational vantage point. They shed light on often surprising and hitherto underrated affinities between Brzozowski and intellectual figures and movements in Eastern and Western Europe. Furthermore, they explore the presence of his ideas in twentieth-century century literary criticism and theory.

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