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Title:

Wyspiański is bibliotherapeutical, because is gendered? About pragmatization of classic’s institution

Creator:

Kapusta, Anna

Subject and Keywords:

gender ; bibliotheraphy ; Stanisław Wyspiański ; canon ; classics

Abstract:

The article presents the project of using the achievements and works of figure of Stanisław Wyspiański as a ready bibliotherapeutical material. The issue and the goal of this research signalize the conception of exploring artistic recources of Stanisław Wyspiański as an area of tentions, which are the potential begining to conduct the bibliotherapeutical process. The method of research was derived from theory of double text is used formulated by Julia Kristeva. It indicates that the gender ia a cathegory of creativity and an effective area of fertilite work expansion of bibliotheraphy. It means that the gender cathegory becomes bibliotherapeutical cathegory as well. The result of this research is opening the issue of applied humanities and transdisciplinar literary criticism. In the center of this issue an authoress would like to situate bibliotherapeutical process. Stanisław Wyspiański as a Polish classic of Polish national culture can become an exemplum of cultural materials for bibliotheraphy. The conclusion of this article is the question of classic/canon base to build cultural recources of Polish bibliotheraphy. The choice of Stanisław Wyspiański is connected with esthetical expresion and conflict structure of his creativity, in which heroical line has its subversive (non-heroical) revers. This tention is a recource and potential the concept of bibliotheraphy proposed in this project.

Place of publishing:

Wrocław

Publisher:

Publishing House eBooki.com.pl ; www.ebooki.com.pl

Contributor:

Czernianin, Wiktor. Red.

Date issued:

2015

Resource Type:

journal

Identifier:

ISSN 2391-971X

Language:

pol ; eng

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Licence:

Rules of usage of Digital Library of Wroclaw University

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Rights holder:

© Copyright by Anna Kapusta

Autor opisu:

TK