Kameralistyka. O Apologii kobiecego ducha Anity Kłos

Ewa Rajewska

Abstrakt

Chamber Music. On The Apology of the Female Spirit by Anita Kłos

The article discusses the Anita Kłos’s book on the Italian author Sibilla Aleramo (1876-1960) and her links with the Polish literary culture in the first half of the 20th century. Apart from Aleramo, who was a poet, novelist, playwright and diarist, “muse of countless artists”, “an emancipatory icon”, the other heroines of this book are Zofia Nałkowska, Stanisława (Soava) Gallone, Emilia Szenwicowa, Thérèse Koerner and Maria Poznańska. In fact, the heroines of this book are also two literary cultures: Italian and Polish, portrayed in detail about the year 1910 and 1930, in the context of the creation and reception of the translations analyzed by Anita Kłos. The monograph definitely goes beyond the narrow framework of a classic comparative case study: the two moments of Italian and Polish literary life are reconstructed impressively accurately, with a feminist take on a wide range of historical aspects of both literatures and cultures.

Słowa kluczowe: Sibilla Aleramo, Zofia Nałkowska, Stanisława (Soava) Gallone, Emilia Szenwicowa, Thérèse Koerner, Maria Poznańska

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