Cielesność miasta w powieści Jurgisa Kunčinasa

  1. Tatiana Wołogdina


Carnality of the city in the novel of Jurgis Kunčinas Tula


Vilnius and especially the district of bohemians — Užupis is the main place where the action of Jurgis Kunčinas’ novel Tula takes place. Narrator describes a plan of the district with great accuracy and thereby gives it specific personality. The district plays an individual role of a character who lives their own life. Simultaneously, the city gets carnality and some kind of human physiology — “innards and cesspit of real Užupis tear apart.”



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Slavica Wratislaviensia

153, 2011

Pages from 453 to 460

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