The role of the family in a lonely life and works of the modern writer – Jan Rybowicz
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Uniwersytet Wrocławski Instytut Pedagogiki ul. Dawida 1 50-527 Wrocław
Submission date: 2013-07-01
Final revision date: 2013-12-31
Acceptance date: 2013-12-31
Publication date: 2013-12-31
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Paulina Litwicka   

Uniwersytet Wrocławski Instytut Pedagogiki ul. Dawida 1 50-527 Wrocław
Wychowanie w Rodzinie 2013;8(2):157-167
The biographical and historical-literary analysis of works of the modern writer Jan Rybowicz indicates that having a family of one’s own was an unreachable dream for the artist, which affected his self-esteem and was a chance for his complete fulfillment. Letters to Elisabeth are showing problems of a sensitive artist in his contacts with women. The selected literary works draw attention at the issues of a lonely man missing a wife and children which he has never had. Autobiographical prose points to the passing time and difficult reality that made having a family impossible for the writer. Jan Rybowicz’s works show a man torn between his wishes and reality. A desire of having his own family gave him the strength to write, but, on the other hand, it made him suffer.
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