Kordian: Część pierwsza trylogii. Spisek koronacyjny (English: Kordian: First Part of a Trilogy: The Coronation Plot) is a drama written by Juliusz Słowacki in. Kordian Drama. Translated from the Polish by Gerard T. Kapolka. KORDIAN is a Polish classic written in by Juliusz Słowacki and features an amalgam of. Drama. Translated from the Polish by Gerard T. Kapolka. KORDIAN is a Polish classic written in by Juliusz Słowacki and features an amalgam of.
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Slowxcki. Let’s start off with an important note: I had to read it for kkrdian. And even if sometimes it happens, that I like such works, Kordian definitely doesn’t belong to the crew.
It isn’t a long work, so it shouldn’t take you much time to read. But what makes it hard to progress with reading is Kordian is at first a kid, that totally pisses me off. He acts like he’s rich and almighty. Bruce Almighty was at least funny, Kordian isn’t. I was so happy with the ending of the Let’s start off with an important note: I slwoacki so happy with the ending of the first acts and then so disappointed, knowing that what should have happened, actually hadn’t happened.
I don’t want to include spoilers, so if any of you have read it, you’ll know what I have in mind. The whole thing is worse, when you see, how all aspects don’t link with each other. Because the author has died, not leaving a single sketch for other parts of trilogy! Ha, is it a joke or a revenge? Though, if only he had left some sketches, we could see how the devils from the first act could have their impact on characters in further books. Everything could make more sense.
And more importantly, the very main character, Kordian. This is seriously a brilliant piece of art, to create such a jerk.
Not only he was acting like almighty in his young years, then he sowacki ruling around, and then just fell asleep at the most important moment in the whole book! People don’t ever fall in love with such characters, even if they are 19th century desperate romantics with suicidal thoughts! I gave it three stars. One for the shortness of this book. If you ever start reading this, you’ll thank the author for slowqcki this short.
Second star was for the episode with flying on the cloud from Mont Blanc. And the third was for supernatural aspects in this work.
Kordian. Część pierwsza trylogii. Spisek koronacyjny
You never have enough of paranormal forces’ intervention in the action. I’m happy I’m past this thing. Anyone highly motivated to acquaint themselves with Poland’s leading authors. Polish theatre from the Nineteenth is impossible to enjoy for anyone unable to read the plays in their original Polish verse and easy to hate for anyone. Although written in France, Kordian is a work of German rather than French style romanticism.
Neither school of romanticism is familiar to today’s young generation of poles who find the literary conventions of this work absolutely bizarre as can be attested by all the nasty comments written about it by young Polish members on the Good Reads site Polish theatre from the Nineteenth is impossible to enjoy for anyone unable to read the plays in their original Polish verse and easy to hate for anyone.
Neither school of romanticism is familiar to today’s young generation of poles who find the literary conventions of this work absolutely bizarre as can be attested by all the nasty comments written about it by young Polish members on the Good Reads site. My suggestion to those interested in the history of Polish literature is to read this book and hope that as the years go by you will stumble upon the key that will make this work enjoyable to you.
There are however no guarantees. I liked main character I also liked Goethe’s Werther, maybe that’s the reason and language of a book wasn’t that complicated.
I only wish Slowacki could publish second part of the story, because I was dying to know what would happen to Kordian at the end! Dec 17, A.
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His works often feature elements of Slavic pagan traditions, mysticism, and Orientalism. His work took on a kordjan nationalist tone following the failed November Insurrection of – Like many of his countrymen, he decided to emigrate to France as a political refugee. Ironically, the first collections of poems he produced in France were unpopular in his native Poland, as they failed to capture the sentiment of the slowackki living under Russian occupation.
It was the French authorities which deemed them too nationalist; following a trip to Elowacki inhe was denied the right to return to France as part of a larger program to rid the country of the potentially subversive Polish exiles who had settled there.
A third volume of his korcian, produced in Geneva, was far more nationalist in tone, and he began to win recognition in his homeland. Inhe wrote Genezis z Ducha, an slowafki of his philosophical ideas called genesic idea according to which the material world is an expression of an ever-improving spirit capable of progression into constantly newer forms. It was at this time that he attached himself to a group of likeminded young exiles, determined to return to Poland and win its independence.
He died in Paris the following year, and was buried in the Montmartre.
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