Mieczyslaw Jastrun Quotes

Mieczyslaw Jastrun Quotes: It is a grave error for historians of literature to interpret the national spirit of the age in an oversimplified manner, ignoring the complexity of various cultural and life processes. Instead of using their imagination, they try to read the future by observing the hands of a clock which is still busy measuring the past.
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Mieczyslaw Jastrun Quote: From laboratories employing complex apparatus, poetry often emerges into the outside world after a long lapse of time, just as some scientific discoveries become common property only after they have entered the blood stream of the generations.
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Quotes about Mieczyslaw Jastrun: The spirit of the age is not synonymous with what the public likes.
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Quote about Mieczyslaw Jastrun: Poetry, in the entire course of its development, has always been trying to capture meanings and problems which are still obscure and dormant. Poetry tries to awaken them with a kiss, wherever they may be: in the air, in things, in human beings.
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