Comparative Literature and the Birth of Literary Theory in Poland

Tomasz Bilczewski


This article presents nineteenth-century harbingers of the development of Polish literary theory, found in the writings of the first Polish comparatists. It particularly brings into relief those themes that might be fruitful in terms of the latest tendencies in comparative studies: the turn toward the history of knowledge, the origins of the disciplinary tradition, and the development of translation studies.

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