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Title:

"Żaden cud nie jest mniejszy...". Sakralizacje w poezji Ireny Dowgielewicz = "No miracle is smaller...". Sacralization mainstream in the literary of Irena Dowgielewicz

Group publication title:

In Gremium, t. 9

Creator:

Krysińska, Katarzyna

Subject and Keywords:

Dowgielewicz, Irena (1917-1987) ; Dowgielewicz, Irena - twórczość ; sakralizacja

Abstract:

The topic of this article is the sacred of Irena Dowgielewicz?s writings. It is visible especially in the poems from volumes Sowing parsley (1963) and Stadium for ladybird (1970). Religiosity of these texts can be seen in various aspects. The author refers to the particular conception of God and heaven, to the relationship between man and Creator, but also to the primary sacrum. Among the elements and features of religious mainstream in Dowgielewicz? poetry, a few intertwining ones can be distinguished: perception of world?s transcendent dimension and God?s presence; items elevation; sacralization of everyday life and everyday activities; God?s creatures participation in the act of creating reality; sanctification of rich and full of contrasts nature; canonization of memory of the past; elevation of homeland and of the earth-mother; transmission of pain; relatives? sacralization; sanctification of motherhood and marriage; interpenetration of God?s creatures and works; consideration of life in the categories of the gift and the miracle; humble looking at the world, sensitivity, simplicity of expression and personal relationship with God. The poems of Irena Dowgielewicz sanctify almost every component of the reality created by God. Such sacralization mainstream builds a space of harmony and sense.

Publisher:

Zielona Góra: Oficyna Wydawnicza Uniwersytetu Zielonogórskiego

Contributor:

Dolański, Dariusz (1966 - ) - red.

Date:

2015

Resource Type:

artykuł

Format:

application/pdf

Pages:

227-236

Source:

In Gremium : studia nad historią, kulturą i polityką, tom 9

Rights:

Biblioteka Uniwersytetu Zielonogórskiego

Oryginal Object Identifier:

P-2244/II/