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    Wawel Meets Elsinore. The National and Universal Aspects of Stanisław Wyspiański’s Vision of Shakespeare’s Hamlet.Andrzej Wicher - 2017 - Text Matters - a Journal of Literature, Theory and Culture 7 (7):214-238.
    The aim of this paper is to show the role, the possibilities and the limits of Wyspiański’s national thinking through Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Of particular importance, in this context, is the role the Ghost takes in Wyspiański’s celebrated interpretation of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. By the Ghost we mean the spirit of history, the ghost of a father, the spirit of the fatherland, the voice of the ancestors, and particularly that of the Polish king Casimir the Great, as well as the Holy Ghost (...)
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    The “Ladder” of Signification in Walter Hilton's “Ladder of Perfection”.Andrzej Wicher - 1997 - The European Legacy 2 (4):787-792.
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    Geoffrey Chaucer’s "The Merchant’s Tale", Giovanni Boccaccio’s "The Tale of the Enchanted Pear-Tree", and "Sir Orfeo" Viewed as Eroticized Versions of the Folktales About Supernatural Wives.Andrzej Wicher - 2013 - Text Matters - a Journal of Literature, Theory and Culture 3 (3):42-57.
    Two of the tales mentioned in the title are in many ways typical of the great collections of stories to which they belong. What makes them conspicuous is no doubt the intensity of the erotic desire presented as the ultimate law which justifies even the most outrageous actions. The cult of eroticism is combined there with a cult of youth, which means disaster for the protagonists, who try to combine eroticism with advanced age. And yet the stories in question have (...)
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