The paper discusses the latest monograph by Anna Łebkowska, Somatopoetyka – afekty – wyobrażenia. Literatura XX i XXI wieku in the context of previous Research and publications of this author.
“From one experience to another – man, an experiencing machine”
Jacek Dukaj, After writing1
“What can you do? Follow new trends and fads (…)
Perhaps you will be the one who meets Aliens first”
Jacek Dukaj, Black oceans2
How to read After writing?(...)
The problem of representing the world through literature has played a significant role in the history of the modern novel, attracting attention of authors, theorists and literary critics.
It is closely connected to aesthetic-literary, poetological, and normative issues; it also encompasses the philosophy of literature, relating to – at least in an implicative way – epistemological strategies and ontological assumptions of a given historical-cultural period1.(...)
The personal documents published in the Archiwum Kobiet [Women’s Archives] series constitute exceptional editorial and publishing projects. The authors of the editorials, who found and read the 19th century manuscripts, equipped them with introductions, biographical notes, timelines, appendices and comments, at the same time resigning from modernising the texts and abandoning other editorial interventions.(...)
The interviews with seventeen translators collected by Adam Pluszka in Wte i wewte [Back and forth] provide the reader with illuminating insights into the process of translation. Each of these approximately 20-page conversations focuses on a different aspect of translation, as seen through the eyes of translators whose background and experience vary.(...)