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It was treated as natural and matter of fact and had to be accepted. Death was accompanied by special rites and codes of conduct, which enabled people to come to terms with a loss on both individual and community level. Looking at the literary images of death, we can notice that they retain the aura of intimacy, so that death and the attendant mourning can be expressed by individuals discreetly. The article will focus on the attitudes towards death and its representations in the works of Marcel Proust, Roland Barthes, and Agata TuszyĔska.

58: 27–36. Zilboorg, Gregory. 1943. ” The Psychoanalytic Quarterly 12: 465-475. WRITING IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH: PROUST, BARTHES, TUSZYēSKA AGNIESZKA KACZMAREK Abstract: Looking from the perspective of tradition of thanatology, it can be easily observed that each epoch and each culture has its own unique image of death. Mortality was tamed and became overt in the public domain. It was treated as natural and matter of fact and had to be accepted. Death was accompanied by special rites and codes of conduct, which enabled people to come to terms with a loss on both individual and community level.

He or she has to deal with it on his or her own, thus endowing it with a different tone and character. The past seems to be only a trace that literature greatly defends, and in the face of the inevitable allows the past to present itself anew. Literature embraces representation of the past anchored in memory. It is its written version; at least this is what it is trying to achieve. Literature can adopt the rule of mimesis, can express reality that records the past time; it may also project the past or improve it or generate its aesthetic version.

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