Labyrinth, There and the First Christian’s
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Keywords

the bimonthly Topos
anthology
metaphysics
reception

How to Cite

Kulesza, D. (2016). Labyrinth, There and the First Christian’s. Bibliotekarz Podlaski, 32(1), 229–239. Retrieved from https://bibliotekarzpodlaski.pl/index.php/bp/article/view/342

Abstract

The text reviews the anthology of poetry Konstelacja Toposu [Topos’ Constellation], which brings together verses of the poets-contributors to the Polish literary bimonthly Topos. The reviewer focuses on the particular segments that constitute the volume: poems, motifs that link the poems together, Wojciech Kudyby’s introduction and Jarosław Ławski’s afterword, as well as to other reviews of the anthology. As it turns out the main common element of the above mentioned are metaphysical questions and quests of the contemporary man, and a yearning for metaphysics, which has been ousted from the contemporary critical and philosophical discourse. As the reviewer emphasizes, the poems from the anthology offer a complex statement on the role of poetry in explaining the world.            

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