Undoubtedly, this issue was inspired by (and, hopefully, inspiring as regards) the reflection on the new and the non-new in grammar and poetics. While in themselves grammar and poetics are rather inconspicuous, when conjoined, the two look very promising. (...)


Poetics of containers and verbal prefixes

Elżbieta Muskat-Tabakowska


A b s t r a k t

The article illustrates the thesis – which has been put forward in recent years by many linguists and literary scholars – that a closer connection between linguistics and literary studies may prove useful and inspiring for both fields. (...)

Tagi: ,

Topicalization in Cyprian Norwid. a Reconaissance

Anna Kozłowska


A b s t r a k t

Topicalization, understood as highlighting the topic of an utterance, has different syntactic, lexical, and punctuational exponents. Punctuational exponents are specific to Norwid, constituting a peculiar equivalent of suprasegmental exponents of the thematic-thematic structure in a written text. (...)

Tagi: ,