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Insurgent Poetry: Mircea Dinescu

Publication: Studia Universitatis Petru Maior. Philologia, 18, p. 9
Publisher:Universitatea Petru Maior
Place:Târgu Mureș
Abstract:Mircea Dinescu is a poet of this age that is transitory par excellence -- adolescence, -- in which the profile of human identity is not entirely determined and the affective states which identify personality have an uncertain status and fluctuating dynamics. The poet’s insurgent spirit, his essential pathos and fantasist character stage affective states with a liminal authenticity, such as jubilation, melancholy, reverie, disillusion, contemplative ecstasy and abulia, in a writing which is both forthcoming and expressive. It is certain that many of Mircea Dinescu’s verses align with the typology of the “loving speech”. The world presented in the so noble frames of the poem is impregnated with an insidious flow of love, the objects and beings are placed under the tireless fascination of Eros, just like in a trance of the senses.
Key words:poetry, innocence, insurgent, interrogations, identity
Language: English

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