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Teoria ritmurilor în artă și poezie

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Publication: Dacoromania. Serie nouă, XI-XII, p. 207-234
p-ISSN:1582-4438
Publisher:Editura Academiei
Place:Cluj-Napoca
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Abstract:The paper, based on a comprehensive research of older and newer sources, analyses the evolution of the concept of rhythm, both historically and ideologically. The aim of this detailed investigation is to establish another hierarchy of the rhythm values in the poetical creation. The suggestive power of rhythms – considered mainly from an anthropological perspective – is selected. The evolution of the concept is established initially and generally within the territory of universal aesthetics (from the ambient Aristotel and Aristoxenes of Tarent to the contemporary Alonso Amado, and especially Henri Meschonnic and then within the field of Romanian aesthetic thought (from Miron Costin to Mihai Dinu). The idea followed is that which might justify the interpretation of poetry, especially the poem, as a being in which rhythm is the circulatory and nervous systems. By adding new nuances the author succeeds to demonstrate that rhythms are essential and ancestral, both for the being itself ad for the poem which is considered a being. His interesting that scholars get close to this conclusion, but they hesitate to express it firmly as it seem to be a utopia, whereas an exceptionally gifted poet like Rimbaud expresses himself clearly: “Poetry will not copy action: it will be ahead it”.
Language: Romanian
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