“Diacronia” bibliometric database (BDD)

Cântecul lui Ioasaf şi Verşul Sfântului Alexie, Omul lui Dumnezeu. O abordare literară

Publication: Revista de istorie și teorie literară, VII (1-4), p. 273
Publisher:Editura Academiei
Abstract:The Anthem of Josaphat and the Stance of Saint Alexis are, in fact, the same poem about the eremitic life. The first part of our study analyses the confusion of these two characters to whom is dedicated the poem. From the hagiographic works we find out that the Prince Josaphat finished his life in the Indian desert and the nobelman Alexis passed his last years incognito in his father’s yards. There are two different ways to fulfill the same aim of an eremitic life. This constatation allows us to suggest in the second part of our paper that the real message of our text is the glorification of any kind of the sacred space which terrifies and offers, in the same time, the opportunity of meeting the divinity. Hereby, the poem is included in the hymnographic genre.
Key words:Barlaam and Josaphat, Alexis, man of God, religious hymn, the Desert, hagiography
Language: Romanian

Citations to this publication: 3

References in this publication: 4

33Maria Stanciu IstrateReflexe ale medievalității europene în cultura română veche
Varlaam şi Ioasaf în cea mai veche versiune a traducerii lui Udriște Năsturel
Editura Muzeului Național al Literaturii Române2013
78Gabriel ȘtrempelCatalogul manuscriselor românești
Vol. I–IV
Editura Științifică și Enciclopedică1978, 1983, 1987, 1992
180Ion GhețieBaza dialectală a românei literareEditura Academiei1975
4Nicolae DrăganuVersuri vechiDR, V, 5021927-1928pdf

The citations/references list is based on indexed publications only, and may therefore be incomplete.
For any and all inquiries related to the database, please contact us at [Please enable javascript to view.].