Adept „szkoły Naruszewicza” Kilka uwag o stylu poezji Franciszka Zabłockiego
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In the light of hitherto studies, Franciszek Zabłocki is perceived as a not fully independent poet, who willingly used stylistic patterns borrowed from his mentors – Adam Naruszewicz and Ignacy Kraszewski. However, detailed information regarding stylistic borrowings are difficult to find. The article is fully devoted to the above issue. It deals respectively with such concerns as: coexistence of the founders of the aforementioned “Naruszewicz’s school” in the poetry, which means, also of Zabłocki himself, as well as baroque and classicist style, new formed words: compound words, rhetoric figures, allegoric images, animizations and personifications, syntactic inversion, tendency to pointing and applying proverbs and common sayings in poetry.