Deskrypcja dźwięków w liryce Adama Asnyka
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The object of attention is the language determining naming sound, noise and ripple (of wave, waterfall, trees, forest) in the poetry of Adam Asnyk. Also, their function and whether they enrich (as in impressionism) sonic area of a literary work with means a language can provide (lexis calling sounds, onomatopoeia, synesthesia, repetition, choruses). Analyzing the poet’s proesthetic attitude towards nature in the example of poetic texts, we can see that sensory experiences play an initiating and important role in imaging and developing reflection on the aesthetic experience of nature. Examining the role of the senses in the Asnyk’s works from different periods, we see that the sensitivity to the sound aspect of nature is reflected in the cycle of poems ‘In the Tatras’ written in realistic convention, as many sounds are associated with mountains. The subject of this research about the perception of the world focused on the senses are also works indirectly mentioning “things”; in the case of hearing - musical instruments or melie forms.
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