Liryka Czesława Miłosza wobec tradycji polskiego baroku
The subject of the study is tracing analogies between the poetry of Miłosz and the production of Polish baroque poets, e.g. the attitude of a learned artist (artlfex doctus), the reasons for his interest In baroque, his active involvement in the literary tradition, "polyphony" of poetic expression, masterly skill of pastiche stylization, lyric of the role, instrumentality of romantic literature, interest in problems of theology, mysticism and metaphysics. Subsequently, the attitude of Miłosz to the old-Polish and romantic Hessian ism has been discussed, as well as bis opinions of Polish baroque, his views of history, the burden of the past on the contemporary generations, passing away of communities and nations, functioning of political structures and exercise of power. The next set of themes, characteristic for baroque and present in the poetry of Miłosz consists of Christian religion, affirmation of life, war and autothemes. The subject of a separate analysis has been Miłosz's stylization and pastiche of baroque poetry, in particular the "Easter 1620 Discourse" and cosnon sources of inspiration (régionalisait influenco of painting, sculpture and architecture on poetry; application of lights the myths of Arcadia and catastrophe).