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Elements sémantiques et stylistiques du texte poétique d’Arghezi. La dénomination de la divinité

Publication: Text şi discurs religios, VI, Section Literatura și sacrul, p. 421-439
Publisher:Editura Universităţii „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”
Abstract:The present paper focuses on the various stylistic and semantic ways through which Tudor Arghezi – a non-conformist poet – relates to the divinity, and, subsequently, to the whole religious vocabulary. Depending on the context, the divinity is: God, The Lord, He, The-One-from-Above, His-Holiness, Surrounded by Stars, He-Who-Knows, Father, Whoknows, Someone, The One Who, The One Who Has Made the World, The One Who Hides, The Mighty One Who Lights the Stars, etc. Considering these names and the contexts in which they occur, our investigation marks out two phenomena: the semantic polarization and poetic metaphorization through religious terms that form a dominant lexical field in Tudor Arghezi’s poetry.
Key words:text, poetry, God, religion, semantics, stylistics
Language: French

Citations to this publication: 1

References in this publication: 3

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