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This essay presents the place afforded to homosexuality by Tadeusz 'Boy' - Zelenski in his social and literary journalism. On the literary plane, whilst remaining apparently accepting toward homosexual themes, that author cast them away of the area of his interest. The proper place for such topics is, to his mind, trivial literature - romance or love story in the first place. The image of homosexuality and homosexuals in Boy's social commentaries is highly stereotypised. Although Boy postulates that homosexuality be depenalised, his texts are imbued with linguistic means creating a distance between the author and the topic of their utterance. The present essay is not intended to diminish Boy's role as a reformer of morals, it rather aims at defining certain nuances within this image.
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The article is an attempt to apply the gender theory into the analysis of Stanislaw Vincenz's 'In the Upper Highlands'. The reading that places gender at the center of interest allows to complement the variety of interpretations with new meanings. The idyllic and the arcadian referred to by Vincenzologists prove in the context of gender to be an illusion, since the community of Hutsuls founded on patriarchalism and joined with misogyny lives in constant danger from the cosmogonic, demonical and social power of women. The paper suggest to examine Vincenz's tetralogy not according to the traditional interpretative key as a conflict of the Old Age with the New one, but also as a myth-like story on the 'perennial' conflict of sexes, complemented with those scrutinized here, clash of local homosocial liaisons with the homosexual Other (i.e. culturally foreign).
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