Poetry and its Language: Papers in Honour of Teresa Bela by Marta GibinskaPoetry and its Language: Papers in Honour of Teresa Bela by Marta Gibinska

Poetry and its Language: Papers in Honour of Teresa Bela

EditorMarta Gibinska, Wladyslaw Witalisz

Hardcover | November 2, 2012

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This book is a collection of papers on subjects related to poetry and its language. Scholars in literature, translation, linguistics, philosophy and history share their readings of poetic expression from various ages. The result is a multi-disciplinary perspective that affords the reader the rare opportunity of being reminded of the many layers of the appeal and the pleasure of poetry. The volume has been brought together to honour Professor Teresa Bela from the English Department of the Jagiellonian University, herself a teacher and interpreter of poetry.
Title:Poetry and its Language: Papers in Honour of Teresa BelaFormat:HardcoverDimensions:8.27 × 5.83 × 0.98 inPublished:November 2, 2012Publisher:Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Contents: Terence McCarthy: Some Thoughts on the Language of Devotion at the Edges of the Canon – Hans-Jürgen Diller: Mood in Renaissance Poetry - and in «Google Books» – Mariusz Misztal: Richard the Lion-Heart’s Conquest of Cyprus and its Presentation in the Versified Estoire De La Guerre Sainte – Anieszka Romanowska: Shakespeare’s Poetry as a Vehicle for Theatrical Potential – Teresa Baluk-Ulewiczowa: The Bard’s Untranslatability. A Study of Inherent Barriers to Translation in the Traditions of Shakespeare Reception in Neighbouring European Languacultures – Monika Coghen: «For he is a mixture of gravity and waggery». Cats in Eighteenth-Century British Poetry – Magdalena Bleinert: «A Great Store of Information». Poetry and Jane Austen’s Heroines – Barbara Sosien: Romantic Chimeras. On a Few Sonnets by Gérard de Nerval – Marta Gibinska: «To reach the eternal shore». Emile Bronte’s and Emily Dickinson’s Metaphysical Anguish – Andrzej Pawelec: The Somatic Approach to Poetry – Anna Walczuk: Logos and Words. The Spiritual Realm in the Poetry of T.S. Eliot – Christoph Houswitschka: Writing the Heart of Europe in Exile. Klaus Mann’s American Publication Projects – Elzbieta Chrzanowska-Kluczewska: «Remembrance of Things Past». The Lost Landscapes of Marcel Proust and Czeslaw Milosz – Michal Palmowski: Thomas Merton’s Religious Poetry. «Elegy for the Monastery Barn» as a Reflection of New Christian Consciousness – Bozena Kucala: «Not transfigured». Failed Epiphanies in Geoffrey Hill’s Poetry – Robin Davidson: Mr. Schmetterling Meets Mr. Cogito. Ewa Lipska’s Response to Zbigniew Herbert – Elzbieta Tabakowska: The Poetry of Prose. Those Excessive Personal Pronouns, They Matter.