Vol. 1: Syntheses
Edited By Agata Brajerska-Mazur and Edyta Chlebowska
The book is the first volume of an extensive four-volume monograph devoted to the work of Cyprian Norwid (1821–1883), one of the most outstanding Polish authors. The impact of Norwid’s oeuvre does not fade, as he addresses fundamental and timeless issues, such as the moral and spiritual condition of man or his place in the world and history and seeks to answer universal questions. The book contains an extensive selection of contributions which represent different approaches to the poet’s work. They cover various areas of research, including interpretation, thematology, genology, and editing.
Fig. 1: Cyprian Norwid, “Le Musicien inutile,” 1867, etching, National Museum in Kraków/The Princes Czartoryski Museum. Photo Jakub Płoszaj, Karol Kowalik.
Fig. 2: Cyprian Norwid, “Chrystus i Barabasz” [“Christ and Barabbas”], 1856, lost drawing. Photo after: Chimera, 1904, Vol. VIII, No. 22–23–24, p. 5.
Fig. 3: Cyprian Norwid, “Zebranie emigracyjne” [“Emigre Meeting”], ca. 1870, drawing, National Library in Poland. Photo National Library in Poland.
Fig. 4: Cyprian Norwid, “Sąsiedzi w Zakładzie Św. Kazimierza w Paryżu” [“Neighbours at the Œuvre de Saint-Casimir in Paris”], ca. 1877, drawing, National Library in Poland. Photo National Library in Poland.
You are not authenticated to view the full text of this chapter or article.
This site requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books or journals.
Do you have any questions? Contact us.Or login to access all content.