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They also both wrote collections of sonnets. One may call them precursors of the Baroque, but their complexity defies periodization. The aptest label for them is the much-contested term "metaphysical. It is arguable whether they succeed. Man is divided, weak, and fearful; he is subject to pain, temptation, and doubt.

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Type of Completion: k colloquium. Teacher s Mgr. Michal Przybylski lecturer Mgr. Michal Przybylski seminar tutor Mgr. Roman Madecki, Ph. The course contains information about the period, the literary epochs, trends, schools and authors, with an analysis of genres and specific works and also leads toward a knowledge of written forms of expression within the given issues. Main aims of the course are: - to understand development of the Polish literature of that period - to understand the most prominent representatives of the Polish Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque literature - to understand Polish literature as an integrative part of the building the national consciousness - to become familiar with an essential amount of scientific literature and its methods - to apply acquired knowledge and skills on the creation of own scientific texts.

Syllabus 1. Literature in medieval Poland. Polish culture in the Middle Ages. Chroniclers and publicists. Latin-Polish ecclesiastical prose. Latin-Polish ecclesiastical poetry. Latin-Polish secular poetry. The close of the Middle Ages and the dawn of a new epoch.

Renaissance humanism. Polish-Latin poetry. Poets of burgher origin. Marcin Bielski and other historians. Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski. Piotr Skarga. The prose of the reformation.

The poetry of Jan Kochanowski. Poetry at the end of the age. The language of Renaissance literature. Baroque literature. The character of the Baroque culture. Baroque lyric poetry. Historians and diarists. Historical epics and political satires. Moralistic prose and the novel. Baroque drama.

The artistry of Baroque language. Warszawa: PWN, ISBN Brno : SvN Regiony, Brno: Masarykova univerzita, Praha: Libri, Literatura Odrodzenia. Assessment methods Attendance three absences are allowed , home reading, homeworks, essays. Language of instruction Czech Further comments probably available only in Czech Study Materials The course is taught annually.

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Type of Completion: k colloquium. Teacher s Mgr. Michal Przybylski lecturer Mgr. Michal Przybylski seminar tutor Mgr. Roman Madecki, Ph. The course contains information about the period, the literary epochs, trends, schools and authors, with an analysis of genres and specific works and also leads toward a knowledge of written forms of expression within the given issues. Main aims of the course are: - to understand development of the Polish literature of that period - to understand the most prominent representatives of the Polish Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque literature - to understand Polish literature as an integrative part of the building the national consciousness - to become familiar with an essential amount of scientific literature and its methods - to apply acquired knowledge and skills on the creation of own scientific texts.

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