Obraz wyspy Crusoe: Defoe, Rousseau, Stothard

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Jakub Lipski

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W niniejszym tekście analizie poddane są wybrane ilustracje Thomasa Stotharda przedstawiające wydarzenia z powieści Robinson Crusoe Daniela Defoe. Wyeksponowanie tła naturalnego, wyraźnie widoczne w omawianych ilustracjach, odczytywane jest w kontekście sentymentalnych interpretacji powieści Defoe, które – inaczej niż tekst oryginalny, którego autor wydaje się być nieczuły na piękno natury – zdecydowanie pozytywnie wartościowały samotne życie w harmonii z naturą. Ten aspekt ilustracji Stotharda interpretowany jest w kontekście myśli J. J. Rousseau, a w szczególności tego, jak francuski filozof odczytywał powieść Defoe.

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Robinsonada: konteksty intermedialne
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Jakub Lipski, Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego w Bydgoszczy

Jakub Lipski – dr hab., professor and head of Department of Anglophone Literatures at the Faculty of Literary Studies, Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz. He is the author of In Quest of the Self: Masquerade and Travel in the Eighteenth-Century Novel. Fielding, Smollett, Sterne (2014) and Painting the Novel: Pictorial Discourse in Eighteenth-Century English Fiction (2018) as well as a number of articles and book chapters on eighteenth-century English literature. Forthcoming are a collection of essays, Rewriting Crusoe: The Robinsonade Across Languages, Cultures, and Media (Bucknell UP, 2020), and the first complete editionof Robinson Crusoe in Polish (for the National Library Series, 2022).E-mail: j.lipski@ukw.edu.pl

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