Doświadczanie przestrzeni w figurach wędrownych jako inicjacja procesu twórczego (off-line)
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This paper focuses on experiencing space as an active, extreme off-line situation of the author/author in spe. It undertakes the problem of mnemology as a crucial, particular, and especially private/individual way of actualizing spaces once explored („past-spaces” actualization). It discusses the practice of space, „signification”/signing of private trajectories, the rhetoric of walking, and wandering/travel as inspiration for literature, writing, and the creative process. The main point of this article is that the figures of speech are the same for both language and space (according to Jean-François Augoyard’s, Michel de Certeau’s and Joanna Ślósarska’s research). In addition, the human body as a rhetorical device, via the act of walking down a street or jumping, can bring attention to important literary issues, such as genology of the text inspired in such a way. It seems interesting whether it is possible to analyze this kind of writing as an incarnation of the ancient hodoeporicon in a contemporary entourage.