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Expresia textuală a rezolvării „crezului ambiguu” în Mortua est!

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Publication: Dacoromania. Serie nouă, XIII (2), p. 177-191
p-ISSN:1582-4438
Publisher:Editura Academiei
Place:Cluj-Napoca
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Abstract:The change we proposed in this analysis is based on the textual-semantic and syntactic arguments, which culminate, as a forte point of the text, with number 13 stanza, published during the author’s life. This stanza is strategically placed at the middle of the text, introducing a mise en abyme, a textual figure that ideatically and diegetically concentrates the essence of the poem. The stanza is opened by Şi totuşi (And yet), the concessive conjunction being underlined and announcing a concentrated poetical reality. From the semantic-textual point of view, the position of the poet’s attitude is crucial, underlining the fact that he does not weep the death, and it appears in the unfolding text after the first two semantic axes of understanding death have been exposed in the poetical equation in the first 12 stanzas. The enchanting description of the beyond world has unfolded to this point – the point in which the immortal soul raises to heavens and, on the other hand, it has showed the bad thinking, as the poet himself names it, that considers the death as eternal and black because it reduces the being to matter, to its earthly condition that does not have any chance of resurrection. The forte point of the poem expresses the attitude of what we called the deep self (corresponding to the interior alterity or to the hidden third party) transgressing the oppositions and favoring the unweeping death state, as the poetical instance makes happy (more = intensely) a beam = angel = dematerialization run-away (freed) from the chaos of the world. The returning of the dramatic-tragic weep of death at the end of the poem, augmented by the tones of revolt when confronting the disappearance of the human body, of the smiley face, cannot annihilate the ideatic and profound accent of the semantic substance, consumed in the moment of transfigurating the antonymies.
Language: Romanian
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2Ileana Oancea, Liliane Tasmovski de RyckMortua est! și oximoronul de identitate ca figură textualăAUI, XLIX-L, 4132003-2004

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