Básně a próza - způsoby a problémy koexistence

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Title:Básně a próza - způsoby a problémy koexistence
Pszczołowska, Lucylla
Journal or Publication Title:
Czech Literature, 54, 2-3, pp. 10-17
Uncontrolled Keywords:versology, Romanticism


This article provides an outline of the history of the relationship between verse and fiction. From the thirteenth to the nineteenth century, verse held the foremost position in Polish literature. This was because of its connection with the language of the Roman Catholic Mass and Church ritual. The article focuses on the relationship between verse and fiction in the Romantic period, when the uniformity and regularity of verse was disrupted. It also considers Polish Romantic rhythmical prose, describing the changes that took place in the Modern period, a time when, among others things, irregular syllabic verse and experiments with vers libre developed. A further convergence between verse and rhythmicized prose occurred in the period when vers libre was developing and then became predominant.

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Title:Básně a próza - způsoby a problémy koexistence
Translated title:Poetry and Fiction: The Modes and Problems of a Co-existence
Pszczołowska, Lucylla
Uncontrolled Keywords:versology, Romanticism
Subjects:P Language and Literature > PG Slavic, Baltic, Albanian languages and literature
Divisions:Humanities and Social Sciences > 9. Section of Humanities and Philology > Institute of Czech Literature > Česká literatura (Czech Literature)
Journal or Publication Title:Czech Literature
Page Range:pp. 10-17
Publisher:Insitute of Czech Literature, of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
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ID Code:5766
Item Type:Article
Deposited On:24 May 2010 14:25
Last Modified:24 May 2010 12:25


Pszczołowska, Lucylla (2006) Básně a próza - způsoby a problémy koexistence. Czech Literature, 54 (2-3). pp. 10-17. ISSN 0009-0468

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