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Swinburne şi idolii forului: cîteva ipostaze ale revoltei

Publication: Text şi discurs religios, III, Section Literatura și sacrul, p. 429-434
Publisher:Editura Universităţii „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”
Abstract:The paper entitled Swinburne and the Forum Idols. A Few Facets of Riot forwards a cluster of presumptions on the complex interactions between the Protestant religious ground and the new tenets of “art for art's sake” within the specific frame of Algernon Charles Swinburne's work. The main point is that, notwithstanding the optimist paradigm of general progress, the post-Romantic cultural context engenders queer relapsing Neoconservative ebbs such as the Oxford movement (lately known as “Tractarianism”) or the Pre Raphaelite movement (bestirred by the same academic community). Taking Swinburne as a case appropriate for our inquiry – as he revolved a consistent period of time round Dante Gabriel Rossetti's circle – the essay fathoms into the veiled links between a “fleshy” school of poetry and the ascetic moods of the Anglican High Church.
Language: Romanian

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