Darbai ir dienos / Deeds and Days 2006, nr. 46

  • Aleksandravičius, Egidijus (2006)
  • Narušienė, Vaiva (2006)
    This article examines the political ideas of the Lithuanian and Polish writer, Jozef Albin Herbaczewski, presented in his book, The Rebirth of Lithuania According to the Polish Idea, published in 1905. Throughout his ...
  • Katkus, Laurynas (2006)
    Dieser Aufsatz befasst sich mit den Repräsentationen von Preußen in der litauischen Kultur der sowjetischen Ära. Ausgehend aus den Ansätzen der Kultursemiotik und der komparatistischen Imagologie untersuche ich eine Reihe ...
  • Karoblis, Gediminas (2006)
    The article, on the basis of a phenomenological analysis of intentional structures that are embodied in the movements of dances and in kinesthetic experience, attempts to elucidate the traces of Lithuanian identity. The ...
  • Vaicekauskienė, Loreta (2006)
    The article deals with attitudes towards language speakers who consider English a part of their identity. The investigation is based on the theory of the social psychology of language and aims to find out to what kind ...
  • Wyka, Marta (2006)
    In 1993 Milosz stated, “I cannot communicate with my generation since people that belong to it are either dead or hardly alive {...}.” During the last twenty-five years of the writer’s life, his dialogue partners were ...
  • Donskis, Leonidas (2006)
    In his thoughtful and subtle analysis of the totalitarian system of brainwashing and manipulative exchanges, Czesław Miłosz offers a new interpretation of Ketman, which, in his able hands, is transformed into a ...
  • Masłowski, Michał (2006)
    Was Czesław Miłosz, who achieved international fame, a dissident? The very idea of “dissidence” is not traditionally related with recognition. Miłosz, however, opposed the dominant ideas of every society and every epoch. ...
  • Supruniuk, Mirosław Adam (2006)
    For almost twenty-five years, from January 1951 until the end of 1977, there was practically no literary output by Czeslaw Miłosz in Poland. Books published by the printing houses in exile, especially by the Instytut ...
  • Jankauskas, Vytas (2006)
    The object of this analysis is to outline the view that Czesław Miłosz, held of the world, which has been referred to as the epoch of the individual. This paper also examines societal guidelines of identity. It appears ...
  • Lewandowski, Wacław (2006)
    This article deals with the evolvement of Miłosz’ views on nationalism, notably his views concerning the use of national stereotypes by communists as a useful tool for sovietizing Polish society. The article describes ...
  • Bujnicki, Tadeusz (2006)
    The primary purpose of this portrait of Czesław Miłosz is to show the writer’s relationship to the literary environment of Wilno (Vilnius) during the interwar years. Statements dating from this period, as well as later ...
  • Kryszak, Janusz (2006)
    Priest Leopold Chomsky (1885-1982) was the Prefect of the King Sigismund Augustus Boys Gymnasium in Vilnius. Czesław Miłosz was his student from 1921 to 1929. This encounter with the extremely exigent and bad-tempered ...
  • Fazan, Jarosław (2006)
    The 1920s and 1930s, the period when the Weltanschaung of Czesław Miłosz formed, were the times of crisis for Modernity in Poland. The most fundamental problems of twentieth century Polish literature took shape against ...
  • Zach, Joanna (2006)
    This paper offers an interpretation of a problem omnipresent in the writings of Czesław Miłosz: the relationship of faith and science in the modern world. The aim here is, nonetheless, a modest one; an attempt is made ...
  • Kovtun, Asija (2006)
    “There is nothing beyond text”, argues Jacques Derrida. This idea is the foundation of the selfreflecting text. The space of the text unites the cultural, social, linguistic and mental features of its author. The text ...
  • Šinkūnaitė, Laima (2006)
    This is the first article to identify, describe and explore, in all its variety, the art contained in the church of Christ’s Transfiguration in Šventybrastis. It includes its altars with their paintings, sculptures and ...
  • Kamuntavičienė, Vaida (2006)
    The aim of this article is to consider the state of the native parish of Czesław Miłosz during the first half of the twentieth century. It describes the clergy of the parish and their influence on the parishioners. This ...
  • Miklaševič, Irena (2006)
    Czesław Miłosz was born in the vicinity of Kėdainiai, a multi-cultural region at the start of the 20th century, which was populated by Lithuanians, Jews, Poles and Russians along with the faithful of a number of different ...
  • Mažeikis, Gintautas (2006)

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