Pisanie Ojca. „Gen schulzowski” w prozie Danilo Kiša

  • Ałła Tatarenko Lwowski Uniwersytet Narodowy im. Iwana Franki

Abstrakt

Danilo Kiš claimed that his favorite works of other writers not only contributed to his own books as their “ancestors,” but also became parts of his spiritual DNA. The author makes an attempt at finding the “Schulzean gene” in The Family Circus and reveal the invisible presence of Schulz in other works by Kiš. Schulz has not been mentioned there, but he remains “present through his absence,” just like Kiš’s father, the protagonist of Hourglass, called “a novel about absence.”

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Ałła Tatarenko, Lwowski Uniwersytet Narodowy im. Iwana Franki

Ukraińska językoznawczyni specjalizująca się w językach słowiańskich, tłumaczka, historyczka i krytyczka literatury. Profesor katedry języków słowiańskich we Lwowskim Uniwersytecie Narodowym im. Iwana Franki.

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2016-09-05
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Tatarenko, A. (2016). Pisanie Ojca. „Gen schulzowski” w prozie Danilo Kiša. Schulz/Forum, (8), 65-76. Pobrano z https://czasopisma.bg.ug.edu.pl/index.php/schulz/article/view/2419
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