Tadeusz Różewicz | Critical Essay by Richard Sokoloski

This literature criticism consists of approximately 24 pages of analysis & critique of Tadeusz Rewicz.
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Critical Essay by Richard Sokoloski

SOURCE: “Modern Polish Verse Structures: Reemergence of the Line in the Poetry of Tadeusz Różewicz,” in Canadian Slavonic Papers, Vol. XXXVII, Nos. 3–4, September–December, 1995, pp. 431–53.

In the following essay, Sokoloski delineates the evolution of the Polish verse form, specifically Różewicz's contributions to verse construction.

The following paper seeks to reexamine the general evolution of verse forms in modern Polish poetry in order to distinguish certain modifications formulated by Tadeusz Różewicz. More specifically, it considers the extent to which his innovations have reaffirmed the line as an important unit of measure in contemporary Polish versology.

Sustained experimentation in post-accentual verse structures is an inherent feature of Polish poetry of this century. Limited by conventional terminology, however, contemporary Polish versologists...

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