O literackości "Diariusza wiedeńskiej okazyji" Mikołaja Dyakowskiego
The paper discusses the literary aspects of the early eighteen century diary of Mikołaj Dyakowski. Its author as an young nobleman has served as the courtier to king John III Sobieski during his most famous war campaign - the relief of Vienna in 1683. Almost fifty years later he has written the short memoir, in which he wanted to describe the great battle as he has remembered it from his own point of view. The article describes the narration in Dyakowski’s Diary o f Vienna Cammpaign as an interesting literary problem. Its specific character testifies the evolution of narrative techniques in old Polish memoirism which is noticeable in seventeen and early eighteen century. The essay also briefs the biography of Mikołaj Dyakowski and the current state of research on analyzed text.