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The monographic lecture is to familiarize the students with the life and works of the greatest artist of Polish Romanticism and one of the greatest poets of national poetry. The lecture will present the works of Mickiewicz, their literary and intelectual value and it will reflect on the life of this remarkable individual and the historical background.
Then his studies at Vilnius University will be shown with a special attention paid to Philomats' Society and its history through the analysis of the lately found Philomats' correspondence. The prison and exile letters help to understand the foundations of the movement and the exile's tragedy of its most important members. The next stage in the life and works of the poet is the exile period and the works created then Sonety, Konrad Wallenrod and the contacts with the Russian political and literary elite.
The period of travels around Europe is the time of creating the works that were significant in terms of literary and political awareness of the poet the lyrics from Rome and Dresden period. The picture of Paris and then Lozanna stabilization will show the poet's family life and the life of Polish immigration - political and literary, the tragedy of immigrant's fate, the feeling of longing for the homeland Pan Tadeusz.
We will analyse the lectures from Lozanna and the lyrics of this period. Mickiewicz return to Paris starts the period of his important lectures on Slavic literature. It was an extremely significant moment of the appearance of A. We will present dramatic struggle of the poet with the ideas of the movement, his political activities, getting involved in the creation of the Legion in Italy and the Legion in the East - the last Mickiewicz deeds for his nation and homeland. Zgorzelski, t. Skip to main menu Skip to submenu Skip to content.
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Institute of Polish Literature. General university courses General university courses in Faculty of Polish Studies. Opracowania: J. Kleiner, Mickiewicz, t. Witkowska, Mickiewicz. Sudolski, Mickiewicz. This course is not currently offered.
Księgi narodu polskiego i pielgrzymstwa polskiego
Poet, playwright, and political activist, the leader of Polish Romanticism. Much of Mickiewicz's work was written in exile in Russia, where he was banished in Now western Belarus, it was a recently acquired province of the Russian Empire. According to one of Mickiewicz's friends, the poet claimed, "My father came from Mazovian stock, my mother Majewska from converts; I'm thus half Lechite and half Israelite, and I'm proud of it. Mickiewicz grew up in peaceful times until , when Napoleon's army marched in June into Lithuania bound for Moscow.