Daukantiškas Granausko alsavimas

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Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Daukantiškas Granausko alsavimas
Alternative Title:
Breath-writing of Granauskas in way of Daukantas
In the Journal:
Acta linguistica Lithuanica. 2019, t. 81, p. 215-232
Istoriografija; Literatūra; Proza; Ritmas; Alsavimo poetika; Simonas Daukantas; Romualdas Granauskas; Juozas Baltušis.
Historiography; Literature; Prose; Rhythm; Poetics of breathing; Simonas Daukantas; Romualdas Granauskas; Juozas Baltušis.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje aptariama lietuvių nacionalinės istoriografijos pradininko ir lietuvių rašomosios kalbos modernizatoriaus Simono Daukanto (1793–1864) įtaka Romualdo Granausko (1939–2014) prozai, ypač jo apysakai Jaučio aukojimas (1975). Apysakos analizė parodė, kad R. Granauskas buvo paveiktas S. Daukanto istoriografijos, perėmė istoriko koncepcijas, motyvus ir raišką. S. Daukanto ritminės prozos paveiktas, R. Granauskas sukūrė savito ritmo prozos pavyzdį. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe article discusses the influence of the works of Simonas Daukantas (1793–1864) on the prose of Romualdas Granauskas (1939–2014) with the focus on his short story Jaučio aukojimas (1975). The article refers to the researchers addressing intertextuality, rhythm in prosaic texts and the poetics of breathing in their works. First of all, the article draws the parallels between the biographies of the two authors, which determined their coinciding attitudes and world-views. Granauskas borrowed the concept of the history of Lithuania as the civilization of forests and the approach to Samogitia as special genius loci from Daukantas and further elaborated on them in his prose; he also took attention to personal freedom, respect for women, love for one’s mother tongue. It is believed that Daukantas’ flowing periodic sentences and his sonority of language made the greatest influence on Granauskas, who was gifted with absolute pitch. In Granauskas’ short story we find the theme prevalent in Daukantas’ Būdas senovės lietuvių, kalnėnų ir žemaičių: a relationship between Lithuanians and their homeland, the inherent ability to take a deep look at nature, to live in harmony with the environment, to be able to recover one’s strength and energy from the sun, fire, wind, land, trees, water. In his short story Granauskas does not hide his links with Daukantas’ works, cites the historian’s last name, does not hesitate to paraphrase the text and uses the historian’s vocabulary. Granauskas makes use of the devices employed by Daukantas to create rhythm by using repetitions of sounds in phrases as well as various, repetitive and differently expressed forms of the predicate, which are occasionally replaced with participial ones. Granauskas’ rhythmical prose also influenced other Lithuanian writers. [From the publication]

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