BIEDNY MICKIEWICZ

Dymitr Fiłosofow, Ewangelina Skalińska

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21697/cl.2017.6.7

Abstrakt


“Poor Mickiewicz”

The journalistic paper by Dmitri Filosofov presented here was written during his long stay in Poland. It clearly shows ways in which this brilliant editor and a ‘political thinker’ referred to literary texts crucial for Poles, their culture and self-awareness. In this paper he dealt with stereotypical ways in which Mickiewicz’s poem “Do Przyjaciół Moskali” (“To Our Rus- sian Friends”) was treated in this period. Filosofov, returned to the poem’s primordial meaning and asked questions, still valid today, about possibilities of Polish-Russian dialogue, but he also warned his readers that a dialogue with Bolshevik authorities would never be identical with a dialogue with Russians of anti-Bolshevik social, cultural and political views.


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Dymitr Fiłozofow; Mickiewicz

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