The deepest crises cannot destroy the universal model of
literariness. It maintains its appeal for participants in literary
communication as a "contradictory" model. This thought recurs in
many epochs. Literariness involves suspending the formal or logical
norms of contradiction (lex contraditionis). In everyday speech, it
is not permissible for "A" to simultaneously be "not-A"; in
literary structures this is the norm. This is both in the ideas,
and in the tensions between the artificiality and naturalness of
speech, the structure and the chaos of the plot, experimentation
and revitalization of tradition, objective observation and a biased
vision of the world, its visibility and invisibility,
expressibility and inexpressibility, and a realistic and an
imaginative focus. Executions of this model are gradative.
Peter Lang Ag
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||Studies in Modern Polish Literature and Culture, 1
||210 x 148 x 26mm (L x W x T)
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