"Marmurowy faun", czyli monument, pismo i (nie)doskonałość rozwoju

2014
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article
dc.abstract.enThe text is an attempt at reading some motives of The Marble Faun by Nathaniel Hawthorne in the context of combining literary romance structure with sculptural metaphors (including categories such as monumentality, perfection but also fragmentariness, fragility, decomposition). The sculptural metaphor in Hawthorne’s novel undergoes transformations: from the identifying of an artwork which is complete, autonomous and free from fortuity and which is on the side of perfection through accentuating the materiality of the monument which questions the perfection by revealing its temporariness and fragmentation. However, what makes The Marble Faun particularly interesting is the opportunity to link this transformation to the manner of construction of the very matter of the romance (according to Emerson who wrote that "sculpture once was a way of writing").pl
dc.abstract.enThe subject of refl ection is an attempt at reading some motives of The Marble Faun by Hawthorne in the context of combining literary romance structure with sculptural metaphors (including categories such as monumentality, perfection but also fragmentariness, fragility, decomposition). The sculptural metaphor in Hawthorne’s novel undergoes transformations: from the identifying of an artwork which is complete, autonomous and free from fortuity and which is on the side of perfection through accentuating the materiality of the monument which questions the perfection by revealing its temporariness and fragmentariness. However, what makes Th e Marble Faun particularly interesting is the opportunity to link this transformation to the manner of construction of the very matter of the romance (according to Emmerson who wrote that ‘sculpture once was a way of writing’). The subject of my presentation is a peculiar conception of perfection of sculpture as (in the case of Hawthorne’s novel) a creation in the state of constant development which is suggested through incompletion and apparently treated as a result of the artist’s incompetence. Only openness and potentiality of subsequent sculptural gestures, which can occur when the artwork is not completed, make it a perfect product since it is subordinated to the principle of mimesis and yet declaring its opposition to being ideal. A similar process can be observed at the level of the narrative of Hawthorne’s novel which takes the sculpture metaphor as its basic point of reference. It is from this combination that Hawthorne’s artistic project emerges with its main principle of incompleteness and suspension as guarantors of continuous progress aiming at (but never reaching) perfection perceived as fullness and completeness since these categories eliminate potentiality. In this sense, Hawthorne refers in a peculiar way to sculptural monumentality that gives way to fragmentariness and decomposition of the monument.pl
dc.abstract.plTekst jest próbą komparatystycznego odczytania niektórych wątków Marmurowego Fauna Nathaniela Hawthorne’a w perspektywie związku konstruowania literackiego romansu z metaforyką rzeźbiarską (z uwzględnieniem takich kategorii, jak: monumentalność, doskonałość, ale i fragmentaryczność, kruchość, zdekomponowanie). Metaforyka związana z rzeźbą podlega w powieści Hawthorne’a przemianom: od nazywania trwałej, autonomicznej i wolnej od przypadkowości idei, po zaakcentowanie jej materialności, która problematyzuje tę doskonałość, bo obnaża swoją czasowość i fragmentaryczność. Jednak to, co szczególnie interesujące w Marmurowym Faunie, to możliwość powiązania tej przemiany ze sposobem konstruowania samej materii romansu (idąc za ustaleniami Emersona, piszącego, że: "rzeźba była niegdyś sposobem pisania").pl
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dc.contributor.authorTrzeciak, Katarzyna - 115949 pl
dc.contributor.editorKorytowska, Maria - 129160 pl
dc.contributor.editorPuchalska, Iwona - 131586 pl
dc.date.accessioned2017-02-12T16:38:20Z
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dc.pubinfoKraków : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiegopl
dc.rightsDozwolony użytek utworów chronionych*
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dc.subject.ensculpturepl
dc.subject.enwritingpl
dc.subject.enromantic fragmentpl
dc.subject.enmonumentalitypl
dc.subject.plrzeźbapl
dc.subject.plpismopl
dc.subject.plfragment romantycznypl
dc.subject.plmonumentalnośćpl
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dc.title"Marmurowy faun", czyli monument, pismo i (nie)doskonałość rozwojupl
dc.title.alternative"The marble faun" or the monument, writing and (Im)perfection of developmentpl
dc.title.containerOlimp - ideał, doskonałość, absolutpl
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dc.abstract.enpl
The text is an attempt at reading some motives of The Marble Faun by Nathaniel Hawthorne in the context of combining literary romance structure with sculptural metaphors (including categories such as monumentality, perfection but also fragmentariness, fragility, decomposition). The sculptural metaphor in Hawthorne’s novel undergoes transformations: from the identifying of an artwork which is complete, autonomous and free from fortuity and which is on the side of perfection through accentuating the materiality of the monument which questions the perfection by revealing its temporariness and fragmentation. However, what makes The Marble Faun particularly interesting is the opportunity to link this transformation to the manner of construction of the very matter of the romance (according to Emerson who wrote that "sculpture once was a way of writing").
dc.abstract.enpl
The subject of refl ection is an attempt at reading some motives of The Marble Faun by Hawthorne in the context of combining literary romance structure with sculptural metaphors (including categories such as monumentality, perfection but also fragmentariness, fragility, decomposition). The sculptural metaphor in Hawthorne’s novel undergoes transformations: from the identifying of an artwork which is complete, autonomous and free from fortuity and which is on the side of perfection through accentuating the materiality of the monument which questions the perfection by revealing its temporariness and fragmentariness. However, what makes Th e Marble Faun particularly interesting is the opportunity to link this transformation to the manner of construction of the very matter of the romance (according to Emmerson who wrote that ‘sculpture once was a way of writing’). The subject of my presentation is a peculiar conception of perfection of sculpture as (in the case of Hawthorne’s novel) a creation in the state of constant development which is suggested through incompletion and apparently treated as a result of the artist’s incompetence. Only openness and potentiality of subsequent sculptural gestures, which can occur when the artwork is not completed, make it a perfect product since it is subordinated to the principle of mimesis and yet declaring its opposition to being ideal. A similar process can be observed at the level of the narrative of Hawthorne’s novel which takes the sculpture metaphor as its basic point of reference. It is from this combination that Hawthorne’s artistic project emerges with its main principle of incompleteness and suspension as guarantors of continuous progress aiming at (but never reaching) perfection perceived as fullness and completeness since these categories eliminate potentiality. In this sense, Hawthorne refers in a peculiar way to sculptural monumentality that gives way to fragmentariness and decomposition of the monument.
dc.abstract.plpl
Tekst jest próbą komparatystycznego odczytania niektórych wątków Marmurowego Fauna Nathaniela Hawthorne’a w perspektywie związku konstruowania literackiego romansu z metaforyką rzeźbiarską (z uwzględnieniem takich kategorii, jak: monumentalność, doskonałość, ale i fragmentaryczność, kruchość, zdekomponowanie). Metaforyka związana z rzeźbą podlega w powieści Hawthorne’a przemianom: od nazywania trwałej, autonomicznej i wolnej od przypadkowości idei, po zaakcentowanie jej materialności, która problematyzuje tę doskonałość, bo obnaża swoją czasowość i fragmentaryczność. Jednak to, co szczególnie interesujące w Marmurowym Faunie, to możliwość powiązania tej przemiany ze sposobem konstruowania samej materii romansu (idąc za ustaleniami Emersona, piszącego, że: "rzeźba była niegdyś sposobem pisania").
dc.affiliationpl
Wydział Polonistyki
dc.contributor.authorpl
Trzeciak, Katarzyna - 115949
dc.contributor.editorpl
Korytowska, Maria - 129160
dc.contributor.editorpl
Puchalska, Iwona - 131586
dc.date.accessioned
2017-02-12T16:38:20Z
dc.date.available
2017-02-12T16:38:20Z
dc.date.issuedpl
2014
dc.date.openaccess
60
dc.description.accesstime
po opublikowaniu
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Strona wydawcy: https://www.wuj.pl
dc.description.physicalpl
369-380
dc.description.publicationpl
0,66
dc.description.series
Komparatystyka Polska
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ostateczna wersja wydawcy
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978-83-233-3757-7
dc.identifier.projectpl
ROD UJ / P
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http://ruj.uj.edu.pl/xmlui/handle/item/37723
dc.languagepl
pol
dc.language.containerpl
pol
dc.pubinfopl
Kraków : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego
dc.rights*
Dozwolony użytek utworów chronionych
dc.rights.licence
OTHER
dc.rights.uri*
http://ruj.uj.edu.pl/4dspace/License/copyright/licencja_copyright.pdf
dc.share.type
otwarte repozytorium
dc.subject.enpl
sculpture
dc.subject.enpl
writing
dc.subject.enpl
romantic fragment
dc.subject.enpl
monumentality
dc.subject.plpl
rzeźba
dc.subject.plpl
pismo
dc.subject.plpl
fragment romantyczny
dc.subject.plpl
monumentalność
dc.subtypepl
Article
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"Marmurowy faun", czyli monument, pismo i (nie)doskonałość rozwoju
dc.title.alternativepl
"The marble faun" or the monument, writing and (Im)perfection of development
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Olimp - ideał, doskonałość, absolut
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BookSection
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Publication

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