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Data przesłania tekstu do redakcji: 14.11.2013 Data przyjęcia tekstu do druku: 15.04.2014 Marina Protrka Štimec mprotrka@ffzg.hr Život kao artefakt: Matoševo autorstvo Povodom knjige Dubravke Oraić Tolić Čitanja Matoša / Protrka Štimec, Marina.

By: Protrka Štimec, Marina.
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 328-338 str.Other title: Life as a Work of Art: Matoš’ Authorship. Regarding Life as a Work of Art: Matoš’ Authorship. Regarding Dubravka Oraić Tolić’ book Čitanja Matoša [Naslov na engleskom:].Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online In: Poznańskie Studia Slawistyczne 7 (2014); str. 328-338Summary: Paper deals with a conception of Antun Gustav Matoš authorship, regarding his own definition of his life as a work of art. Performing his authorship in a variety of literary texts, letters and notices, he lived in extremes, being flaneur, dandy and a bohem, world traveler and a nationalist ideologist, what influenced reception of his work until recent period. Critical and historiographic, as much as other literary works related to AGM follow this „author-centered” posi- tions regarding his life as a work of art, as much as his literary texts as a reflection of his life. Latest Croatian „Matosiana” book, Dubravka Oraić Tolić Reading Matoš ( Čitanja Matoša , 2013), attests some traditional critical assumptions regarding authorship of this canonical writer end expands them in a new context. Different theories of literary canon formation, especially those grounded on feminist or psychoanalytical approach, call in question usual strategies in creation and understanding AGM s authorship, aestheticism and anti-modernism.
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Paper deals with a conception of Antun Gustav Matoš authorship, regarding his own definition of his life as a work of art. Performing his authorship in a variety of literary texts, letters and notices, he lived in extremes, being flaneur, dandy and a bohem, world traveler and a nationalist ideologist, what influenced reception of his work until recent period. Critical and historiographic, as much as other literary works related to AGM follow this „author-centered” posi- tions regarding his life as a work of art, as much as his literary texts as a reflection of his life. Latest Croatian „Matosiana” book, Dubravka Oraić Tolić Reading Matoš ( Čitanja Matoša , 2013), attests some traditional critical assumptions regarding authorship of this canonical writer end expands them in a new context. Different theories of literary canon formation, especially those grounded on feminist or psychoanalytical approach, call in question usual strategies in creation and understanding AGM s authorship, aestheticism and anti-modernism.

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