Motivi biblici nell’opera teatrale di Stanisław Wyspiański e Jerzy Grotowski

Luca Bernardini
The paper deals about two plays by the so called “fourth bard” of Polish literature, the modernist
playwright Stanislaw Wyspianski (1869-1907). Best known for his drama The Wedding (1901), Wyspiański
devoted his first theatrical work, an opera libretto published only after his death, to Daniel (1895).
In this early work, the Biblical theme is developed according to the messianic virtues attributed to
poetry by the main Polish romantic poet and playwright, Adam Mickiewicz. While writing...
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