Baza de date „Diacronia” (BDD)
Titlu:

The Metaphors for Death and the Death of Conceptual Metaphors in Poetry. An Analysis Based on Emily Dickinson’s Poem Because I Could not Stop for Death

Autor:
Publicația: Dacoromania. Serie nouă, XVII (2), p. 108-123
p-ISSN:1582-4438
Editura:Editura Academiei
Locul:Cluj-Napoca
Anul:
Rezumat:One of the well-known tenets of the cognitive poeticians is the idea (already argued in Lakoff, Turner 1989) that poetic language makes a special use of the same underlying conceptual metaphors as the ordinary ones. In contradistinction to this view, I propose that poetic metaphors are not derived from our conventionalized conceptual metaphors. My argumentation focuses on the study of metaphors for Death from a single poem, namely from Emily Dickinson’s poem Because I Could Not Stop For Death. The analysis proves that the supposed basic “operations” – of “extending”, “elaborating”, “composing”, “questioning” of conventionalized conceptual metaphors – are in fact poetic semantic strategies oriented toward “contradicting” the “parameters of generic-level structure” of metaphors and, consequently, our ordinary experience in the world.
Cuvinte-cheie:conceptual metaphor, poetic metaphor, metaphorical worlds, poetic semantic strategies, cognitive poetics, anthropological poetics
Limba: engleză
Linkuri:  

Citări la această publicație: 3

Referințe în această publicație: 1

8Mircea BorcilăContribuții la elaborarea unei tipologii a textelor poeticeSCL, XXXVIII (3), 1851987

Lista citărilor/referințelor nu cuprinde decît texte prezente în baza de date, nefiind deci exhaustivă.
Pentru trimiterea de texte, semnalarea oricăror greșeli, și eventualul refuz ca „Diacronia” să facă publice textele, vă rugăm să folosiți adresa de email [Please enable javascript to view.].

Prima pagină: