Ciemne światło miejsca. Taormina w doświadczeniu literackim Aleksandra Wata (z nienaukowym post scritpum)
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The main aim of article is a question about place experience in Aleksander Wat's poem Evening - night - morning (Wieczór - noc - ranek) and his explanation concerning this literary work. The poem was written by Wat in Sicilian town (which name is) Taormina in 1957. The most important thesis in this dissertation relates to consciousness in a state of eclipse. This altered state of mind leads eventually to more intensive cognition and experience of the space and place through some kind of abolition of self-centered consciousness or through the weakening of the authority and domination of egotistical forms of awareness. On the whole, the subject matter of paper approximates to topographical turn, nonetheless the main analysis keeps indispensable distance to many ideas belonging to present humanistic theories of place.
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