Granice kreatywności w reportażu
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The aim of the article is to present the problem of invention in Polish contemporary narrative journalism. The analysis of creative non-fiction books written by Katarzyna Surmiak-Domańska, Jacek Hugo-Bader and Wojciech Jagielski helps to distinguish the levels of invention (e.g. incorporating elements of fantastic or realistic fiction, creating events in undercover journalism) in this literary-journalistic genre. While comparing the chosen examples, the author tries to show whether/ in what conditions fabricated or exaggerated facts lead to breaking a factographic pact between writer and reader.