Twórcy i ośrodki literatury hebrajskiej w Polsce międzywojennej

Magda Sara Szwabowicz



The article scrutinises various aspects of cultural activities in Hebrew literary centers in interwar Poland (1919–1939). The research is based on Hebrew literary periodicals published in the cities of Warsaw, Krakow, Vilnius and Lviv.
Taking into consideration the common practice of scholars to neglect or ignore both the historical importance and the literary value of the output of diasporic centers, the main goal of the study was to show the internal dynamic of the Polish center. By describing literary initiatives undertaken in various cities, the author demonstrated the spectrum of cultural and literary activities, along with diffe­rences between the centers and mutual relations of their representatives.

Słowa kluczowe: literatura hebrajska, Polska, diaspora, Żydzi, prasa hebrajska

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