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Ignacy's version was published (1752) in Lwow. A new edition of Marchocka's writings is currently being prepared by the research group Zespol do Badan Zrodlowych nad Literaturq Dawn
Polska lekarka w osiemnastowiecznym Stambule', in Stasiewicz, Pisarki, pp. 153-62. 26 Polish Women Authors before 1800 32 Benislawska attracted the critical attention of Waclaw Borowy, 'Benislawska', in 0 poezji polskiej w wieku XVIII, Krakow, 1948, pp. 200-20. Reprinted, Warsaw, 1978, pp. 189-208; then of Brajerski and Starnawski: Konstancja Benislawska, Piesni sobie spiewane, (eds), T. Brajerski and]. Starnawski, Lublin, 1958. See also Tadeusz Brajerski, 0 jezyku 'Piesni' Konstancji Benislawskiej, Lublin, 1961 (Rozprawy Wydzialu Historyczno-Filologicznego, 22).
Furthermore, the work tells us much about the everyday life, customs and culture of prosperous szlachta families in the second half of the seventeenth century. We also learn about the historical background, the wars in which two of her husbands perished, as well as further facts concerning Stanislawska's own life and family, from the extra notes added in prose in the margins. 16 In a recent study of the imagery and symbolism in the work, Halina Poplawska implies that the poem was composed with more conscious deliberation and literary intent than has hitherto been imagined.
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