KrasiåLski Zygmunt (Krasinski Zygmunt)( Representative of Polish romanticism, playwright, poet and thinker.)
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Biography KrasiåLski Zygmunt (Krasinski Zygmunt)
Ideologist of the Polish messianism. Born February 19, 1812. Son of Napoleon's General V. KrasiåLski and Princess Maria Radziwill, a writer all his life remained faithful aristocratic and Catholic traditions of the family. Received an excellent education, in particular abroad.
At the beginning of the literary activity KrasiåLski composing novels in the spirit of W. Scott. The first outstanding work was KrasiåLski undivine comedy drama (Nieboska komedia, 1835). Among the many issues raised by the author in this surprisingly capacious play (poet, child, family, petty bourgeois selfishness, leader), dominates theme of social revolution. KrasiåLski shows that the collapse of the old world is accompanied by a new enslavement of the masses as a result of revolutionary change and the destruction of cultural property - the inevitable consequences of the struggle between two worlds. In another symbolic drama, Iridion (Irydion, 1836), describes the tragedy of the Polish language of allegory (the action takes place in ancient Rome).
KrasiåLski-poet-playwright gives KrasiåLski. Of his poetic works of the most significant poem Before the Dawn (Przedswit, . 1843) and the cycle of Psalms of the Future (Psalmy przyszlosci, . 1845), . which he, . as in his treatises, . develops a philosophical theory of love and based on the Hegelian triad messianic vision, . predicting the onset of the third age - the kingdom of the Spirit and God's Law,
. Interestingly, last poem (Ostatni, 1847) - about the fate of Polish exiles in Siberia. Of great interest are the works of a political nature, which serves KrasiåLski implacable enemy of the imperial despotism. Died KrasiåLski February 23, 1859.