The final part of an extensive analysis of Wyspianski's drama 'Ulysses' Return'. The authoress is studying symbolics represented in Wyspianski's drama by Itaka, the land which is sinking under Ulysses' feet, and which is predestinated to be the place of his self - recognition. The authoress is studying also the influence of Nietzsche's philosophy on resistance movement 'Mloda Polska' (Young Poland) and also on Stanislaw Wyspianski. Her extensive study in a Jubilee Year of Stanislaw Wyspianski succeeded in introducing this important Polish artist to the Slovak public and maybe also inspire theatrical producers to pay attention to his plays.
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