The text is an attempt to comprehend Miron Bialoszewski's late writing through the prism of mutually exclusive categories of mysticalness (individual approach to the Absolute), mythology (poetic myth-creating activity) and liturgy (actions aiming to communion with the deity) understood as strategies taken to voice the religious matters. In Bialoszewski's atheistic thinking system, the author tries to explain the basic paradox of self-creation constructed with the language and sacred themes. In the final part of the paper the author analyzes the relationship between Bialoszewski's writing with space, time, and collective rites, as well as sums up the presence of Judeo-Christian religious context in the poet's writings.
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