ポーランドの戦後文学の一つのジャンルとしての「収容所文学」

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Title
ポーランドの戦後文学の一つのジャンルとしての「収容所文学」
Title Alternative
Concentration Camp Literature as one of a Polish Post-war Literary Genre
Author
氏名 Urszula Styczek
ヨミ ウルシュラ スティチェック
別名 Urszula Styczek
Abstract

In this paper, as a part of a research project on Polish and Japanese post-war literature, I am analyzing the meaning of "concentration camp literature" in the whole literature and discussing the importance of regarding it as a part of non-fiction (in Polish known as "literatura faktu"). I am also analyzing the definition of "non-fiction" and giving some literary examples from Polish post-war literature. After presenting the definition of "concentration camp literature", I am focusing on Nazis concentration camp literature written in Polish in comparison to Russian concentration camp literature, starting from Fyodor Dostoevsky's (1821-1881) "The House of the Dead", Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's (1918-) "The Gulag Archipelago", and giving an example of a Polish writer, Gustaw Herling-Grudzinski (1919-2000) and his "A World Apart" (1951). I am comparing his work on a Soviet concentration camp with some works of the most representative Polish writer on Auschwitz, Tadeusz Borowski (1922-1951). Finally, I am presenting some representative Polish writers and their works on Auschwitz. In my studies I divided them into two groups, those who had experienced the camp in Auschwitz, luckily survived and then shared their tragedies with us ; and those who never knew life in the camp, but through interviewing witnesses, and checking the evidence of the tragedy, wrote nonfiction novels. (Borowski belongs to the first group.)

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Journal Title
県立広島大学人間文化学部紀要
Volume
2
Spage
95
Epage
117
Published Date
2007-03
Publisher
県立広島大学
ISSN
13467816
NCID
AA12116573
Language
jpn
NIIType
Departmental Bulletin Paper
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出版社版
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