"Moda Polska" (Young Poland) emerged between 1890 and 1918. It
was a unique movement in which Polish intellectuals attempted to
combine native forms of expression with the ideals of European
modernism to create artistically innovative and inherently Polish
John. A. Merchant examines the impact of a contemporary
movement, Irish-Ireland, on Polish culture during the same period.
He traces both Young Poland and Irish-Ireland's ideas of culture
and politics while analyzing their geopolitical differences. Of all
the different cultural and political influences that helped shape
Young Poland, the Irish-Ireland movement represents one of the most
intriguing and, historically, the most overlooked.
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