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Author ORCID Identifier

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1671-2278 Kuczyńska-Koschany Katarzyna

Abstract

The author of the article deals with the poetic newspaper debut of Irena Tuwim (1898-1987), an outstanding author and translator of children’s literature, but also a poet who is forgotten or read only on the margin of the literary output of her brother, Julian Tuwim (1894-1953). The poem titled Panienka (A Maiden), published in Godzina Polski in 1916, is hereby subjected to a contextual analysis and referred to other poems by Irena Tuwim as well as confronted with her existence, also in the auto-emancipatory dimension.

Keywords

Irena Tuwim, Polish poetry, debut, fate, emancipation

References

Augustyniak A., Irena Tuwim. “Nie umarłam z miłości”. Biografia, Warszawa 2016.

Godzina Polski. Dziennik Polityczny, Społeczny i Literacki [1916].

Julian i Irena Tuwim dzieciom, illustrated by A. Pękalski, Warszawa 2012.

Stawiszyńska A., Życie literackie w Łodzi w czasie I wojny światowej, “Acta Universitatis Lodziensis. Folia Litteraria Polonica” 2012, no. 4(18).

Tuwim J., Kwiaty polskie, 3rd edition, Warszawa 1954.

Tuwim J., Listy do przyjaciół pisarzy, ed. T. Januszewski, Warszawa 1979.

Tuwim I., Łódzkie pory roku, Warszawa 1958.

Tuwim I., Wiersze wybrane, Warszawa 1958.

Zawiszewska A., Siostra Szekspira, czyli Irena Tuwim, [in:] Twórczość niepozorna. Szkice o literaturze, eds. J. Grądziel-Wójcik, A. Kwiatkowska, L. Marzec, Kraków 2015, pp. 29-51.

First Page

199

Last Page

209

Language

eng

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