Devenir Durocher ou résister à l’extermination dans et par l’écriture. La poésie concentrationnaire de Bronisław Kamiński / Bruno Durocher

Jadwiga Bodzińska-Bobkowska

Abstrakt

Resistance to the Extermination: War Poetry by Bruno Durocher

Bruno Durocher, born in Cracow as Bronislaw Kaminski, is rather unknown as a poet. His book of poems Le bras de l’homme, written in Mauthausen concentration camp, where the poet spent six years of war, reveal his traumatic experience of the Shoah. What Durocher asks about in this work is human resistance to the inhuman conditions: resistance of the body and of the soul. The paper attempts to analyse Durocher’s work and compare its two versions: French and Polish, focusing on the means Durocher uses to describe Nazi concentration camp universe and using notion of resistance as methodological tool.

Słowa kluczowe: identyty, warmemoirs , Shoah , resistance , concentration camp
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