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This is attempt at drawing an audial map of Władysław Reymont’s The Vampire, taking into account all kinds of sound effects that create the atmosphere of horror, complicate the relations between characters and provoke a sense of the uncanny in the reader. One of those devices, whose importance is hard to overestimate, is silence (speechlessness). The article analyzes in detail its use in the novel, which is in many ways indebted to the modernist, neo-romantic poetics of Young Poland.
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