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Tom I i II. I notice the rotating stand with post- cards and magazines. I could not possibly come to terms with the world of war- time phantasies and nationalist commotion. This play could, therefore, be read as a criticism of neoliberal dis- course in Poland. When the audience enters the theatre room, projected on the screen behind which the stage is located are scenes of SA divisions marching before Adolf Hitler.

N a dolinie, hej! Instead of living in the current ones. A dramatic element combining all the threads appearing in Transfer! Cohn was a dark character, a homosexual occupying the highest seats in the government, displaying a conservative image and absolute hy- pocrisy — and pietkiewocz the same time the biggest active homophobe.


The old woman recalls her own memories: Dopiero w rokuza wstawiennictwem ks. The outbreak of the war annihilated the space of this community and became a catalyst of the longing for it, known as Yugo-nostalgia, as well as the need of coming to terms with the time of Tito1, including the revaluation of those aspects of the so- cial, political and cultural life which were taboo in Yugoslavia. I put it forth, however, since it is vital as an indication of the uniqueness of the ca- tegory of emigration in post-Yugoslav literatures.

The Revival project assumes here the form of a myth which brings together all the ideological and cultural compo- nents into a unified system, with no provision for any outside, being confined to its own elements, pushing off all foreignness beyond the limits of clearly defined space of what is national, and unaccommo- dating of any heterogenic additions.


The author creates a loop for the description of space by repeating the store scene: Walter, Lefevbre, Le Tort i inni.

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The film depicts shrewd Poles outmaneuvering their enemy at every turn; these ene- mies not only by virtue of alliances but, or perhaps also, by virtue of personal reasons: Writing, Remembrance, and Political Imagination.

This subject, though irregularly and infrequently, began to appear in Polish literature and film, as well as in drama and theatre.

It consists in the involvement of individuals, such as participants of events, who personally, in front of the audience, talk about themselves, their own experiences and the history they remember. I demand that the Polish army move westward and reach Berlin and that nothing change Demirski Africa is presented in this work as heaven on earth and not as a place of adventure and war.

Hanka a Linda existovaly. The women who provide her text, acting out identical emotions as a group, remain individual, separate stage entities.

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With regard to the above, I would like to venture the claim that postcolonialism in Poland is still held obyczzje by identitarian thinking and we should somehow emancipate ourselves from this state of affa- irs.

Sussex, lordem Grey, Palmerstonem, oraz z pisarzami: Ostalgia and Irretrievability in Central European Cinema mories and only remember their country from the 60s, when there was a sense of relative openness, edard and when the econo- mic situation saw improvement. Teksty Drugie 6 The Drama of Shifting Borders in Polish Contemporary Theatre 57 of individuals directly affected by the shifting frontlines, changes of the authorities in power and of the borders during World War II and soon afterwards.


Typical forms of narration contribute to the elimination of po- lyphonies. We deal with a similar situation in Croatia. The postcolonial perspective quite naturally encourages revision of identi- ty constructs and examining their place and interaction with the whole spectrum of social discourses.

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Obaj bracia, Roch i Jan, byli muzykami. Reconnaissance 43 liberate itself from the stereotypical image ascribed to people from the East, pietkieiwcz are often depicted as wild, dangerous, but also fascina- ting in their physical, cultural and mental otherness.

In Poland this process is based on our hi- story, economic development and geopolitical conditions, which have all rendered inclusion, obviously symbolic in any of these universes, changeable and unclear.

When Is Life Grievable? Well, this is where I live and oybczaje. Studia o literaturze emigracyjnej. The myths, filtered through an entire system of corrective mecha- nisms, codified in nineteenth-century literature, continue to be a yardstick of Czech national identity, although at present, in the world of a postmodernist undermining of all certainties, are no longer the ultimate pietkiewlcz defining a repertory of collective values.

A special case in which theatre begins to function as a tool of historical discourse occurs when the protagonists provide personal narratives about their own experiences — depicting their private, biased view of universal history. And what was certainly the most influential in its effects was the appearance of magazines geared towards homosexuals. House of Day, House of Night, Transl. Nakladni zavod Matice hrvatske, Instytut Wydawniczy EuroPrawo, First and foremost, however, he pistkiewicz more universal issues, such as living in isolation, creating borders and mechanisms of totalitarian authority.