This article is a review of Svitlana Sukhareva’s monograph Polish and Ukrainian Polish-language prose of the 17th century (ukr. «Польська та українська польськомовна проза XVII століття»). The author of the review assesses the results of the research contained in the above-mentioned monograph as necessary for the development of Ukrainian-Polish studies, primarily for the study of Polish prose of the Baroque period, because the mentioned dissertation allows for a comprehensive reflection on the literary process of the Polish-Ukrainian borderland, which the author of the monograph understands as Polish-language Ukrainian literature of the 17th century. According to Sukhomlynov, the most important achievement is the isolation of the dominant concepts of historical and regional progress, namely rhetorical, genealogical, intertextual, mythological, historical and axiological. Besides, it is one of the first detailed analyzes of Polish literature of the Baroque era in Ukrainian philology. The monograph introduces the concept of micro- and mega-species in Baroque literature, which the author of the review considers as an innovative contribution to the described research. The author of the review does not see any drawbacks in the dissertation under examination.
Sukhareva S., Polska i ukraińska polskojęzyczna proza XVII wieku, Łuck: Weża-Druk, 2015.
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