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  Norwid - Wybitny twórca romantyczny, poeta, prozaik, dramatopisarz, rzeźbiarz, malarz i rysownik. Urodzony w 1821 w ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Liryki najpiękniejsze Norwid, Norwid Cyprian Kamil, 19,3 zł, Dostawa 24h.
Liryki - Norwid - Norwid Cyprian Kamil - stron 255 - Księgarnia Gandalf.
Cyprian Kamil Norwid - jeden z najlepszych poetów polskich, niedoceniony za życia wizjoner,.
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 Selected Poems by Cyprian Kamil Norwid: SR, JANUARY 2005
Norwid’s “Their Strength” (“Siła ich”) illustrates a few strengths and weaknesses in Czerniawski’s work as well as certain problems which Norwid’s poetry presents to a translator.
Though Czerniawski maintains Norwid’s idiosyncratic punctuation, his compulsion to duplicate the formal structure of an epigram-even though he ends up substituting couplets (AABB) for Norwid’s original ABAB rhyme-results in distortion of meaning.
English speakers might benefit from a footnote alerting them to Norwid’s unusual diction as well as providing relevant background information about censorship and political oppression which Poles were subjected to by their German and Russian occupiers in the nineteenth century-and prophetically in the twentieth.
www.ruf.rice.edu /~sarmatia/105/251christ.html   (960 words)

 Books | Longing for nobility
It is equally rare, in the English-speaking world, to come across a work of translation that is a labour of love, a painstakingly crafted instrument that resonates with the melody and the mystery of the original, rather than a factory-made music box.
And so was Norwid himself, a wholly idiosyncratic person, who cultivated idiosyncrasy not because he wanted to, but because it was thrust upon him by his marginalisation.
Here Norwid's poetry attains a grandeur that, like Chopin's music, is not achieved by deploying a hundred-strong orchestra equipped with kettle-drums, but through the use of certain cross-border harmonies that make the listener proud to be a native of Europe and a product of her culture:
books.guardian.co.uk /print/0,3858,4938965-110738,00.html   (965 words)

 Catholic Culture : Document Library : The Honour Of Being A Human Person Is More Comprehensible In Heaven
During the Nazi occupation, Norwid's thoughts reinforced our hope in God, and in the period of the unjust and contemptuous dealings of the Communist system, he helped us persevere along with the truth, given to us as a duty to be lived with dignity.
Norwid's poetry was born from the travail of his difficult life.
Norwid's scientia crucis enabled him to evaluate men according to whether they knew how to suffer with the Saviour who "is and was and will be the root of all truth" (Letter to M. Trebicka, May 1884, VIII, 213).
www.catholicculture.org /docs/doc_view.cfm?recnum=3767   (1776 words)

 Gerard Manley Hopkins and Polish poet, Cyprian Kamil Norwid
Cyprian Kamil Norwid, now generally considered the best Polish poet of the second half of the nineteenth century, was born in 1821.
Like Norwid, Hopkins was not a poet dedicated to singing songs to while the time away; rather, to use Norwid's phrase, he kept writing about what he was pained by ("ja to co pisze boleje"), concerned not with poetical padding but with the truthfulness of experience.
Kopcinski, Jacek (ed.),Kronika festiwalu Norwidowskiego, Norwid Bezdomny, Dom Wydawniczy Bellona, Warszawa 2002, pp.
www.gerardmanleyhopkins.org /lectures_2003/norwid.html   (3398 words)

 Carcanet Press - Review of Poems Letters Drawings
Cyprian Kamil Norwid was, in the view of the outstanding Slavist Roman Jakobson, "one of the greatest world poets of the later nineteenth century".
Norwid likens the man who spurns memory to a child in a moving cart thinking the trees are moving.
Norwid offers an enchanting point of departure for thoughts about imaginative language, the mysteries that can be conjectured through grammar, and what is ultimately true.
www.carcanet.co.uk /cgi-bin/scribe?showdoc=287;doctype=review   (1317 words)

 Agnieszka Perlinska   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Although Norwid's letters have been a primary source for both the reconstruction of his biography and for the study of his ideas, they contain a self-modeled image of Norwid that can neither be classified as fiction nor can it be considered his true portrait.
It further raises a series of theoretical issues related to the study of private correspondence such as self- referentiality, the illusion of non-fictionality, the paradoxical nature of letters, and the flexibility of letters stemming from their status on the edge of literature.
By extracting from his private experiences matters of universal importance, Norwid created an epistolary "I" that remained consistent throughout his life and was subordinated to wider social, national and philosophical concerns.
aatseel.org /dissertations/literature/perlinskaa.html   (343 words)

 The Warsaw Voice - Buzz   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Cyprian Norwid, born in a small village outside Warsaw, is perhaps one of the most interesting figures in the canon of Polish writers.
Cyprian's mother died when he was four and her husband followed her 10 years later.
Norwid's conviction of his own genius remained throughout, and on more than one occasion he took umbrage with the literary critics of the day in his poetry.
www2.warsawvoice.pl /old/v471/Buzz01.html   (501 words)

 Letters: SR, April 2005
As regards Czaykowski, I pay tribute to “his poetic sensibility and his deep understanding of Norwid.” Brajerska-Mazur and Czaykowski may not be native English speakers, but I am prepared to claim that their command of the language exceeds that of some 90 percent of the native speakers in the United States and Great Britain.
If notoriously obscure poets like Norwid and Emily Dickinson are indeed not untranslatable, perhaps prose translations combined with glosses and notes can provide a more direct and intimate reading experience for the general reader than versified renditions.
The prevailing tendency to claim that Soviet mass murders of Poles in Spring 1940 included only military officers distorts history and is disappointing to the families of the thousands of civilian prisoners who had been imprisoned and executed together with the military.
www.ruf.rice.edu /~sarmatia/405/254letters.html   (943 words)

 Warsaw Voice - Cyprian Kamil Norwid (1821-1883): Part Two   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
This week we return to the poetry of the Romantic poet Cyprian Kamil Norwid (see Part One in Nov. 2, 1997 Voice), with a poem that reveals something of the workings of his classical mind.
With the exception of a few special translations of Horace's poetry, Norwid's classical material is personal and unique, inspired by his travels through Italy and Greece.
In this week's poem, Norwid muses upon the decadence of ancient Rome, where citizens took delight in the spectacle of men fighting to the death and the mass slaughter of condemned men and women.
www.warsawvoice.pl /archiwum.phtml/8249   (386 words)

Krzystof Kamil Baczynski (1921-1944), though his life was cut short in the Warsaw Uprising, is one of the most outstanding and extraordinary poets Poland has ever produced.
Cyprian Norwid, born 1821, was orphaned in early childhood, left Poland forever at 21, was befriended by Chopin, traveled widely, even to America, was dogged by financial crises, arrested for debt, and from 1854 lived in Paris, forced to spend his final years in a hostel for Polish orphans and veterans.
Single-minded and largely self-taught, he created a unique and seemingly uninfluenced brand of poetry that was only recognized long after his death as among the best of Polish literature.
www.polishculture.org.uk /books_poetry.html   (230 words)

 Cyprian Kamil Norwid: Selected Poems tr. Czerniawski, Adam by Norwid, Cyprian Kamil - £7.95 - Buy direct from the ...
Cyprian Norwid, born in 1821 near Warsaw, is one of the most innovative and idiosyncratic figures in Polish literature.
Norwid’s work is introduced by Bogdan Czaykowski, the eminent Polish poet, who is also a noted scholar and critic.
Adam Czerniawski, born in Warsaw in 1934, has translated widely from Polish (including Tadeusz Rózewicz’s selected poetry, `They Came to See a Poet’, also from Anvil) as well as publishing poetry, stories, criticism and a memoir in his first language.
www.thelondonmagazine.net /londonmagazine/cyprian_kamil_norwid_selected_poems_tr_czerniawski_adam_by_norwid_cyprian_kamil_i017847.aspx   (196 words)

Cyprian Norwid, Actor, adaptation K. Braun, Television Theater, Łódź, adapted from the Teatr Osterwy, Lublin, September 3, 1965.
Cyprian Norwid, Cleopatra and Caesar, adaptation K. Braun, Teatr Współczesny, Wrocław, October 24, 1975.
Cyprian Norwid, The Ring of the Great Lady, Wrocław School of Drama, May 22, 1983.
www.acsu.buffalo.edu /~kaz/productionsdirected.html   (2106 words)

 Polish poet Cyprian Norwid
The Pope's address on the occasion of the Vatican celebrations of the 180th anniversary of Cyprian Kamil Norwid.
A 2,000 word section of the article discusses the translation of Norwid's poetry, taking note that Norwid is widely recognized as the master of sound, and sound is one of the tools he uses to influence the imagery of his readers.
A selection of translations of Norwid's poems by Adam Czerniawski.
info-poland.buffalo.edu /web/arts_culture/literature/poetry/norwid/bio/link.shtml   (261 words)

 Praca dotyczy obrazu Sparty w dwóch polskich dramatach romantycznych/XIX wieku: Agezylauszu Juliusza Słowackiego ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The Myth of Sparta in Juliusz Słowacki and Cyprian Norwid’s Dramas:
Influenced by philhellenism and driven by the inspiration coming from his voyage to the East, Słowacki creates a vision of Sparta–Poland and a concept of a heroic individual in his literary output.
On the other hand, Norwid’s reception of Antiquity has a less national character, it is more a reflection upon the identity and future of European culture, defined by its two most significant traditions: pagan Antiquity and Christianity.
www.colbud.hu /mult_ant/Thyssen-Workshops/KalinowskaAbstract.htm   (239 words)

 Address to the representatives of the Institute of Polish National Patrimony
Your presence in Rome and in the Vatican joins the celebrations of the 180th anniversary of Cyprian Kamil Norwid, one of Christian Europe's greatest poets and thinkers.
We are all deeply indebted to this poet the fourth bard and would like to make the most of this occasion to repay him, at least in part.
To prepare for it, I reread Norwid's writings and spoke to those who appreciate him as I do.
www.vatican.va /holy_father/john_paul_ii/speeches/2001/documents/hf_jp-ii_spe_20010701_norwid_en.html   (1702 words)

Cyprian Norwid, born in 1821 near Warsaw, is one of the most inventive and idiosyncratic figures in Polish literature.
His unique poetry is now recognized as among Poland’s finest.
In these -translations—winner of a Recommended Translation award by the UK’s Poetry Book Society—Adam Czerniawski offers a selection of poems from the full range of Norwid’s output, making an ideal introduction to this most intriguing of writers.
www.cbsd.com /inventory.aspx?id=16505   (66 words)

 Amazon.com: Cyprian   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Cyprian: The Lapsed, The Unity of the Catholic Church (Ancient Christian Writers) by Maurice Bevenot (Hardcover - Jun 1957)
Cyprian Bishop of Carthage Brought Before Emperor Valerian 1300-25, Giclee Print by Catalan School, 18x24 by Art.com
Bantock: The Cyprian Goddess; The Helena Variations; Dante and Beatrice by Vernon Handley, Sir Granville Bantock, and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (Audio CD)
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Poet, philosopher, sculptor, draftsman, historian of art, simple worker - Cyprian Kamil Norwid was the only of the four great Polish Romantics to have set foot in the United States, where he spent sad and lonely two years.
Although initially appreciated in his lifetime, ended his life in a Paris poorhouse.
His major works, few of which appeared in his lifetime, include Promethidion (1851), a treatise on art in verse and a collection of poems, Vade-mecum (written 1865-6, published 1947).
www.wsp.krakow.pl /nkja/literature/polpoet/norw.htm   (101 words)

 Cyprian Books - Signed, used, new, out-of-print   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
by Cyprian Davis, O.S.B. One of a dozen books that every Catholic should read.
St. Cyprian, the Lapsed, the Unity of the Catholic Church
A monumental project which brings the English-speaking work key selections from the remarkable literature of early Christianity -- vertiable trasures of Christian faith and theology in superb translations.
www.alibris.com /search/books/author/Cyprian   (529 words)

 NewPoland - Famous Poles: Norwid
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Cyprian Kamil Norwid was one of Poland's most original minds of the 19th century: poet, dramatist, sculptor, painter, and engraver.
His works were rediscovered in this century and have influenced Polish writers.
www.newpoland.com /famous_poles_norwid.htm   (93 words)

 Amazon.ca: Selected Poems of Cyprian Norwid: Books: Cyprian Norwid,Adam Czerniawski   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Amazon.ca: Selected Poems of Cyprian Norwid: Books: Cyprian Norwid,Adam Czerniawski
In these -translations-winner of a Recommended Translation award by the UK's Poetry Book Society-Adam Czerniawski offers a selection of poems from the full range of Norwid's output, making an ideal introduction to this most intriguing of writers.
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www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/0856463698   (170 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Tradition links this in a singular way with Cyprian Norwid.
Norwid's travels to Europe brought him frequently to Rome and to the church of Trinita dei Monti.
VIS 20030326 (410) AUDIENCES VATICAN CITY, MAR 26, 2003 (VIS) - The Holy Father today received in audience Cardinal Jozef Glemp, archbishop of Warsaw, Poland and president of the Polish Episcopal Conference.
www.cathnews.com /news/303/26vis.txt   (464 words)

 In An Album - Cyprian Kamil Norwid Poems - Poems and Poetry
In An Album - Cyprian Kamil Norwid Poems - Poems and Poetry
One could espy the plaits of a weeping willow,
Cyprian Kamil Norwid Poems - Poems and Poetry
www.poems-and-poetry.com /cyprian-kamil-norwid/in-an-album-poem.html   (118 words)

 Norwid, Cyprian 1821-1883 books, find the lowest prices
Norwid, Cyprian 1821-1883 books, find the lowest prices
C.K. Norwid W Setna Rocznice smierci : Materiay Z Sesji Naukowej Zorganizowanej W Dniach 18 I 19 Maja 1983 R. by Jerzy Pospiech, Wyzsza Szkoa Pedagogiczna im.
Cyprian Norwid, 1821-1883 : Poet, Thinker, Craftsman a Centennial Conference
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 My Country - Cyprian Kamil Norwid Poems - Poems and Poetry
My Country - Cyprian Kamil Norwid Poems - Poems and Poetry
They needn't teach me where my country lies;
Send "My Country" poem by Cyprian Kamil Norwid to a friend
www.poems-and-poetry.com /cyprian-kamil-norwid/my-country-poem.html   (102 words)

 Nomadics: Gennady Aygi in Need
Two great Poles — Norwid and Malevitch — had that “universal language’ (I say this without forgetting the profound “Russianness” of the great Kazimir).
Poetry does not create an inert melody preserved in language, but the Verb and the Doing turned in a new way “with crackings” of the Master-Builder / here I am once more in complete solidarity with Cyprian Norwid /.
* According to Norwid (1821-1883), the “consummatum” is the synthesis of the “Letter” which is the thesis (of an “incompleted” work, with no hidden meaning) and the “Spirit” which is the antithesis (“Unsaid”-”Complement,” “silence).
pjoris.blogspot.com /2006/01/gennady-aygi-in-need.html   (1324 words)

 WWW-Virtual Library - Polish History Index: Comment on Cyprian Norwid's Library in Elbląg
WWW-Virtual Library - Polish History Index > Main Index > Scientific Institutions > Libraries > Cyprian Norwid's Library in Elbląg > Comment on Cyprian Norwid's Library in Elbląg
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 Publisher description for Library of Congress control number 2005434736
Publisher description for Selected poems / Cyprian Kamil Norwid ; translated by Adam Czerniawski ; with an introduction by Bogdan Czaykowski.
Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog
Norwid, Cyprian, -- 1821-1883 -- Translations into English.
www.loc.gov /catdir/enhancements/fy0628/2005434736-d.html   (134 words)

 Cyprian Kamil Norwid -- poems
The revival of interest in Norwid's poetry and thought also finds expression in a growing number of translations of his works into many languages.
The task which Adam Czerniawski; poet and translator of Polish literature into English, has set himself in translating Norwid's best-known poems aims at revealing how his work anticipates 20th century poetry.
This selection should also be of interest to the Polish reader who will have a chance to appreciate the universal chara­cteristics in the work of this native Polish classic writer.
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