Data publikacji : 2018-12-30

Why did Cyprian Norwid tear the memorial drawing from Egypt he had received from Juliusz Słowacki? On the Private Nature of Czarne kwiaty (Black Flowers)

Ewa Szczeglacka-Pawłowska



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The article treats of the issues of privacy and informality in Cyprian Norwid’s Czarne kwiaty [Black Flowers]. The poet wrote about events from the lives of individuals whose status was public. He wrote, among others, about informal meetings, universalising their meaning. He published the piece in a monthly insert to Czas daily newspaper. A question arises whether Norwid had the right to unveil the privacy of these people. Did he ask them to let him exploit very private moments from their lives? A scene from the drama, where the narrator (the author of Czarne kwiaty) cuts a souvenir drawing from Juliusz Słowacki – he sends one half to Poland and keeps the other to himself – reveals the quintessence of the piece. By cutting the drawing from Egypt Norwid made it into two pieces; at the same time he destroyed a souvenir from Słowacki and, in a certain sense, those things that were the most private in relationships with particular people.


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Szczeglacka-Pawłowska, E. (2018). Why did Cyprian Norwid tear the memorial drawing from Egypt he had received from Juliusz Słowacki? On the Private Nature of Czarne kwiaty (Black Flowers). Colloquia Litteraria, 2(4). Pobrano z https://czasopisma.uksw.edu.pl/index.php/cl/article/view/3174

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