Wybor bajek i satyr [Tuwim Julian Krasicki Ignacy Jachowicz Stanisaw] on Lwica i maciora Malarze Satyry Z czesci pierwszej Do krola Swiat zepsuty Pijanstw. U Króla Stanisława Augusta Poniatowskiego Czym były obiady czwartkowe? Kto je organizował i po co? Kto brał udział? Ignacy Krasicki. Ignacy Krasicki learning assets. Get Ignacy Krasicki facts and explore resources at

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His most notable literary works were his Fables and ParablesSatiresand poetic letters and religious lyrics, in which the artistry of his poetic language reached its summit.

He was related to the most illustrious families in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and spent his childhood surrounded with the love and solicitude of his own family. In he took holy orders and continued his education in Rome Two of his brothers also entered the priesthood. Returning to Poland, Krasicki became secretary to the Primate of Poland and developed a friendship with future King Stanis?

When Poniatowski was elected kingKrasicki became his chaplain. He participated in the King’s famous ” Thursday dinners ” and co-founded the Monitorthe preeminent Polish Enlightenment periodical, sponsored by the King. This office gave him a high standing in the social hierarchy and a sense of independence. It did not, however, prove a quiet haven.

The Warmia cathedral chapter welcomed its superior coolly, fearing changes. At the same time, there were growing provocations and pressures from Prussiapreparatory to seizure of Warmia in the First Partition of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Krasicki protested publicly against external intervention. He did not, however, pay homage to Warmia’s new master. He now made frequent visits to Berlin, Potsdam and Sanssouci at the bidding of Frederick, with whom he cultivated an acquaintance.

This created a difficult situation for the poet-bishop who, while a friend of the Polish king, maintained close relations with the Prussian king.

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These realities could not but influence the nature and direction of Krasicki’s subsequent literary productions, perhaps nowhere more so than in the Fables and Parables In Krasicki was called to the Prussian Academy of Sciences.

His residences in the castle of the bishops of Warmia at Lidzbark Warmi? After Frederick the Great ‘s death, Krasicki continued relations with Frederick’s successor. Insix years before his death, Krasicki was elevated to Archbishop of Gniezno thus, to Primate of Poland. Krasicki was honored by Poland’s King Stanis?


Upon his death in Berlin inKrasicki was laid to rest at St. Hedwig’s Cathedral, which he had consecrated. In his remains were transferred to Poland’s Gniezno Cathedral. He was a man of the golden mean, a smiling, skeptical sage [who] prais[ed] moderation and despis[ed] extremes. His was a mentality which returned to Horatian ideals of the Renaissanceto a life of contemplative retirement. This did not interfere with his talents as a courtier: As a poet, he was [chiefly responsible] for that distillation of the [Polish] language which for a while toned down the chaotic richness of the Baroque.

In a way, he returned to the clear and simple language of [Jan] Kochanowskiand his role in Polish poetry may be compared to that of Alexander Pope in English poetry. Since he was not pugnacious by temperament contrary to one of his masters, Voltairehis moralizing, rarely distinguishable from sheer play, [does not show] vitriolic accents.

Ignacy Krasicki was the leading literary representative of the Polish Enlightenment –a prose writer and poet highly esteemed by his contemporaries, who admired his works for their wit, imagination and fluid style. Krasicki’s literary writings lent splendor to the reign of Poland’s King Stanis?

Krasicki, the leading representative of Polish classicismdebuted as a poet with the strophe – hymn”?

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He was then nearing forty. It was thus a late debut that brought the extraordinary success of this strophe, which Krasicki would incorporate as part of song IX in his mock-heroic poem, Myszeida Mouseiad, In “O Sacred Love,” Krasicki formulated a universal idea of patriotism, expressed in high style and elevated tone.

The strophe would later, for many years, serve as a national anthem and see many translations, including three into French. He also blazed paths for new genres. Prominent among these was the first modern Polish novel, Miko? Tradition has it that Krasicki’s mock-heroic poem, Monachomachia War of the Monks,was inspired by a conversation with Frederick II at the palace of Sanssouciwhere Krasicki was staying in an apartment that had once been used by Voltaire. At the time, the poem’s publication caused a public scandal.

The most enduring literary monument of the Polish Enlightenment is Krasicki’s fables: The poet also set down his trenchant observations of the world and human nature in Satyry Satires, Other works by Krasicki include the novels, Pan Podstoli Lord High Steward, published in three parts,and posthumouslywhich would help inspire works by Mickiewiczand Historia History, ; the epic, Wojna chocimska The Chocim War,about the Khotyn War ; and numerous others, in homileticstheology and heraldry.

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Krasicki wrote Listy o ogrodach Letters about Gardens and articles in the Monitorwhich he had co-founded, and in his own newspaper, Co Tydzie? The broad reception of his works was sustained throughout the 19th century.

He has been the hero of prose works by Wincenty PolAdolf Nowaczy? Scholars have viewed Krasicki’s Fables and Satires as adaptive to the culture for which they were written, and as politically charged. Krasicki held that Poles, and humanity generally, were governed by greed, folly, and vice. Evidence for this is found in the preface, ” To the Children, “, targeted not to children but to villagers, congregations, and the commonalty. The fables were meant to bring attention to major questions of the day, and to advocate for social reforms.

The fables usually find their meaning in the final line, through the symbology of the tale rather than through a complex presentation of ideology, thereby readily conveying even to the illiterate the moral and the Enlightenment ideal behind it.

Katarzyna Zechenter argues in The Polish Review that Western historians have generally overlooked Krasicki’s works, and that the publisher of Polish Fables overlooked the importance of the “political and social context contributing to [the fable’s] origin. In she started a newspaper for the intelligentsia of Vilnius and Warsaw, and furthered the establishment of Krasicki’s Fables in Poland’s suppressed political life. Manage research, learning and skills at defaultlogic.

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