Brunwich

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Brunwich
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Détails
Type
Village
Région
Venteprés

Brunwich est un village de Hearts of Stone.

Description[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Ce petit village pittoresque est souvent évoqué par les bardes et les poètes pour sa beauté. L’œuvre la plus connue prenant pour cadre Brunwich est "Les fiançailles", une farce de Stanislas Islas. Elle a apporté une certaine réputation au village et en a fait une destination prisée par les bohémiens d'Oxenfurt, qui s'y réfugient pendant les mois les plus chauds. Pour tuer le temps, ceux-ci s'affrontent lors de concours pour choisir le plus beau couvre-chef à plumes ou organisent des chasses nocturnes dans les bois proches pour retrouver une corne dorée.

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Notes[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Comparison of Brunwich inn and Rydlówka Manor

Real-life background[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

The village and a wedding in it form the grand easter-egg referencing to 1901 Polish drama Wesele (The Wedding) by Stanisław Wyspiański, which was based on real-life wedding of Wyspiański's friend Lucjan Rydel, member of Polish inteligencja, with Jadwiga Mikołajczykówna, common peasant's daughter. Both the real wedding and the play's premiere were the important cultural events of early 1900s Kraków.

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The village[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

  • Reality: The wedding of Lucjan and Jadwiga took a place in Bronowice Małe, a village near Kraków (currently a part of this city). It had been a popular place for meetings of the young members of Krakowian artistic society since the 1890 marriage of Włodzimierz Tetmajer, painter and Polish independence activist, with Anna Mikołajczykówna (sister of Jadwiga). Włodzimierz's estate, later known as Rydlówka Manor (currently a museum), was the place where ten years later the wedding was held. The village became even more popular after the premiere of drama The Wedding.
  • Witcherverse: Both names of the village used in the editions of the game, Brunwich and Bronovitz (in the Polish edition), resembles the original Bronowice. The Brunwich/Bronovitz is also a place of rest for Oxenfurt scholars as Bronowice was for the Kraków's ones and Stanislas Islas' The Betrothing clearly refers to Stanisław Wyspiański's The Wedding.[1]

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  1. 'Stanislas' name is French version of Polish 'Stanisław' while Polish 'wyspy' (origin of 'Wyspiański' surname) and Spanish "islas" means "islands" in English.