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Post on Dec views. These poems, PoetryPoem and Poem represent exceptionally impor-tant material, not only for understanding the basic princi-ples of Duis poetics built upon the dividing line between Parnassianism and symbolism, but also blaago reviewing the poets understanding of the genre of poetic poem.
Dui did not strive merely to express his poetic beliefs through a poem but always tried to turn his starting premises into a sophisticated aesthetic creation.
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The above examples, therefore, show to what extent Jovan Dui is an authentic example of a pure poet. Even though he included it in his Collected Works that he edited himself, his book My Fellow Travellers was not published in the course of the poets lifetime.
In terms of style and method, Duis criticism is im-pressionistic and creative, and in terms of content, tenden-cies and achievements, it is culturological and philosophi-cal criticism. The crucial issue that Dui deals with is: He interprets this is-sue from a double perspective: He points out the Serbian folk epic poetry and the Orthodox art of the Middle Ages as a creative mode for modern art, and views and evaluates modern literature as an effort to creatively prolong and transform our national tradition.
Through both his poetry and his criticism, Dui affi rmed that trend of modern literature which represents Serbian classics in terms of value. The Renaissance,- The problem of time and its subjective aspects as well as the phenomena of continuity and a moment are discussed regarding the poets experience of the world. Non-metaphysical concept of impressionist poetics and imperative seize the day has been related to pessimism in the period of the fi rst modernism in Serbian poetry The ways in which Jovan Ducic overcomes mens imprisonment in time have been analyzed and compared to similar procedures recognized in the works of Marcel Prust and Rainer Maria Rilke.
Harcourt Brace, Brogan, Princeton, Gavrilovi, Jovan Dui simboli naih nesporazuma. Zapisi o srpskim pesnicima, Beograd, Gavrilovi, Zapisi o srpskim pesnicima, Beograd, A special emphasis is placed on the markedly lyrical aspects of Duis poetry.
It is notice-able that only the poets last collection is entitled Lyrical Poetry, and it is considered to be one of the pinnacles of Serbian poetry by the leading scholars. This paper shows that this collection achieved such a status on account of the increase of the poets awareness that the essential task of lyrical poetry is to master the poetic secret established by the early humanists in the 14th century. Eventually, fol-lowing a long struggle in Dui, the right to a secret as the eminent right of lyrical poetry suppressed the poems fl irting with the historically permissible modes of the rep-resentation of selfhood, expression, experience.
The right to say that one has reached the limits of the utterable, that human existence rests upon the epiphanic as much as upon the discursive, is not self-evident. Consequently, the victory of Lyrical Poetry is not only the victory of Dui or of poetry, but also represents the affi rmation of a subjec-tivity that is deeper, more sensitive and powerful than the one trying to impart everything, to say everything, to make everything transparent and understandable, all the while negating many existing styles and aspects of life, whether we evaluate them as essential or not.
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Porijeklo njemake alobne igre, prev. Monodrama, Attitudes, Tableaux Vivants, Stockholm: It shows to what extent that which is usually meant by the term Parnassianism du to certain features of poetic creation and poetic characteristics in general, bago also focuses eadovana several poems of Duis that form a concentric circle around one of the dominant and certainly most representative poetic-stylistic characteristics of Parnassianism.
Particular attention is paid to analysing the poems Poetry and Yearning, pertaining to which the notion of shame in Jovan Duis poetry is reviewed. Boidar Zec, Beograd. Jovan Dui, Tajna, Klasici srpskog pesnitva, Beograd. Baura, Naslee simbolizma, prev. Duan Puvai, Beo-grad. In these poems, the secret of mans existence is gradually reduced to the secret of the word itself, the uttering of which is a brief hiatus in-between two silences.
In Duis prose verses, the poetically spoken words preserve something essentially unutterable that remains beyond the borderline, in the space of that one and only poem by the poet that remains unwritten. The fi nal truth about the secret of mans existence remains in that poem of Duis jofan was not and could not be written on account of the magnifi cent insuffi ciency of the spoken poetic word, which, in order to be what it is the poetic word, must necessarily point, through its ambiguity, to that which is inexpressible.
In Duis late poetry, one can recognise an unequivocal return to the origins of Christian religion and spirituality, indicated by numerous Biblical allusions and symbols, and also to the origins of Serbian poetry, the short verse cultivated by folk lyrical poetry. Stevenson, On What is a Poem? Apple and Jovqn Party Terms and Conditions. These specifi c characteristics, atypical for Serbian poetry towards the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, are brought into connection with the subsequently customary practice of constant shaping of ones own poetic opus in Serbian poetry.
The paper deals briefl y with the aesthetic, economic and legal consequences of constantly changing works already published, in order to fi nally compare the life of published poetry with the creation and development of computer software on the basis of this.
The basis for comparing poems and programmes as literary texts is to be found precisely in the contemporary versions of legal acts that Dui refers to in his fi rst collection of poetry.
The author has reached the conclusion that this book is more important than subsequent criticism recognised. That this is so is confi rmed by the fact that the poetic values of this collec-tion were recognised in the criticism of the most impor-tant critics of the time: Jovan Skerli boago Antun Gustav Mato.
The reason why it was neglected in the subsequent analyses of Duis poetry may be because it was published in a provincial edition which was not accessible to critics at all. Such a change, in its Parnassian variant, was undergone radovans traditional patriotic poetry, becoming, to a greater degree in programmatic terms, a poetry of culture, as evidenced by the cycles of poetry Royal Sonnets, My Home Country and The Dubrovnik Poems.
It is of interest to note that the poet returned to national motifs towards the end of his life, but in an essentially different way, completely unrelated to his earlier poetic programme, reacting to the tragic challenges of the times in a lyrically open and direct manner. Also, at one point the poet abandoned the formal strictness of his fi nest, metaphysically-oriented symbolist creations, opting, in his fi nal collection of poetry, for religious poetry of high inner drama, based on paradox as the sui poetic means of expression.
This paper represents hlago attempt to shed light on the reasons for and the results of the poets transformations, to view Dui as a creator who adopted aesthetic programmes in a disciplined manner, but also transcended them in an ardovana powerful manner.
It was the poets will that Lyrical Poetry should be included in the cycle Evening Poems, whose broader cycle context is made up of Morning Poems and Sunny Poems, already recognised as the central fl ow of the poets development within the framework of the symbolistically oriented poetics. By reviewing this sequence of cycles, whose high point are the poems contained in Lyrical Poetry, dominated by the thematisation of nature, the paper also reviews the poets path from Parnasso-symbolism to postsymbolism, marked by mystical, religious insights.
The poet assumes the God-like position of a Creator, so that the visible creation manifests its hidden Maker. Also, contradiction as the constitutive principle of the poem and the world can be discerned in the majority of the poems belonging to the above-mentioned cycles, beginning with Morning Poems, and this contradiction stems from this poetic image of the Maker himself.
Thus Dui, in his fi nal poetic creations, provides a hint of a new encounter between modern Serbian poetry and old, sacral Byzantine literature, marked by a complex parallelism, a synthesis of opposites in the coherent order of the world. Zyklusdichung in den slavichen Literaturen9. I. These cycles are referred to as metaphysical be-cause they follow the development of natural cycles and introduce the themes of death, God, mystery and the phe-nomenon of the borderline as the dividing line between two worlds through their thematic-motif structures.
On the basis of several theoretical models concerning the nature of poetic cycles, the paper analyses the cohesive connections within each individual cycle and the three of them taken together. Apart from a number of themes and motifs within the framework of the cycle, the paper fol-lows the semantic fl ows from Morning, through Sunny to Evening poems. In order to determine if Duis wish – at fi rst sight unambiguous, but actually unexplained and unclear had poetic justifi cation, this paper studies the functional role of the title of this particular book Lirika in comparison with those of Duis other books and in the context of the poetic of titles as manifested in Serbian poetry of the end of the 19th and fi rst half of the 20th century.
Compared to titles of poetry books from this period Lirika is quite un-typical typical is Poems but in conformity with the poets view of the lyrical genre. This paper therefore suggests this title be preserved. The detailed analysis of the con-ceptual sphere of the cycle Evening Poems and cycles of Poems of the Sun justifi es the conclusion that Lyrical Poems Lirika within Poems of the Sun should be given the sta-tus of an additional, seventh cycle, positioned immediatey after the cycle Evening Poems, whereby the poets will would in principle be fulfi lled.
According to this concept the distribution of cycles would be the following: In this way Serbian modern poetry would be enriched by another extremely valuable book consisting of seven cycles comparable to M. Nastasijevis defi nite Seven Lyrical Circles and several books by V.
Such vui distribution also follows the path Dui took from Parnas-sian poetics to symbolism and further to neosymbolism. II, 1 II, 2. III, 2 IV, 3. Perspective is a category of mimesis. Within the mi-metic referential and conventional reading perspective is a way of reality perception. Unusual changing of per-spective is a signal for reader to leave mimetic level of text and start intertextual reading of poem. Structural analysis of Duis sonnet Veernje, one of the most blaago in Serbian literature, shows that mimetic level of text is dara cient for fully understanding of poems meaning.
Thus, only intertextual interpretation reveals hidden ma-trix of sonnet Veernje and bring us the entire signifi -cance of Duis poem. The paper analyses Jovan Duis private and business letters to Tihomir Ostoji written in the period between and De la musique avant toute chose! Pas des couleur, rien que la nunace!
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In the main, he created metaphors by resorting to vari-ous colour and auditory impressions, which represented a novelty in the Serbian tradition. For this reason, Duis manner is brought into connection with several streams in the European culture and literature at the end of the 19th century fi n de sciclesuch as lart pour lart, symbolism and parnassians.
Apart from this, the paper also points to the similarities of his poetic expression with the creations of Russian and American imagism, primarily with the po-etics and poetry of S.
The analysis suggests that the signifi cance of Duis poetry ought to be sought in language use, rather than in an idea. Allegro, Adagio Menuet lugubr. The lyricisation of the Mediterranean was carried out in various ways Duis poetry, that is to say, Mediterranean motifs were contextualised in different ways in different phases of Duis poetic creation.
The multilayered and multisemantic character of the Mediterranean was some-times realised in the lyrical poetry of this symbolist poet as coherent poetic description, other times merely as styl-ised seaside dcor used for expressing his poetic thoughts and emotions, often by activating the complex system of the culturological aspects of the Mediterranean, and quite frequently, especially in his late lyrical poetry, as the out-come of refi ned symbolist hints and meanings, diffi cult to grasp.
The paper pays attention to The Dubrovnik Poems and The Adriatic Sonnets, where the poets marks, in lyri-cal terms, recognisable Mediterranean toponyms, but re-alises them in different ways. While lyrical description of the seaside landscape, with all its typical elements, at least at fi rst glance, is of primary importance in the sonnets dedicated to the Adriatic Sea, in The Dubrovnik Poems the landscape was left out altogether, perhaps just suggested as the presupposed dcor, within the framework of which, through Duis elegant narrativisation of the lyrical text, the spirit of a bygone age and the specifi c culture of Du-brovnik is established.
The second part of the paper deals with the interpre-tation of the crucial motifs of this lyrical orientation of Duis, those of the sea and the sun, but their presence certainly exceeds the boundaries of the above-mentioned cycles; on the contrary, it can be read with certainty as be-ing the constant element of Duis Mediterranean experi-ence of the world, as well as his lyrical metaphysics. Thus the sea is the central Mediterranean motif and symbol, behind which are hidden deeper and older meanings, and archetypal evocations, and characteristically, it has been entrusted with the task of refl ecting very diverse emotion-al states of the lyrical subject, that is, it serves the function of lyrical actualisation of the poets emotion in the land-scape.
The sun motif is certainly one of the fi rst associa-tions connected with the Mediterranean; Dui, however, expands and deepens its meaning. One may say that it is the central motif in his poetry, presented as a life-giving force, but also as a destructive power, which is why atten-tion is paid to the evil sun motif.
Bie i jezik, knjiga 2. The paper The Motif of Summer in the Poetry of Jovan Dui tries to point out some aspects of Duis poetics that have not been emphasised up to now, which have been reached precisely through the summer motif. Proceeding from the generalised, stereotypical symbolism of the seasons espe-cially autumnJovan Dui gradually turned towards es-tablishing a specifi c, individual corpus of poetic symbols. Hence the predominance of autumn in his fi rst poetic cy-cle Shadows on the Water.
However, in the second cy-cle The Adriatic Sonnets autumn disappears, giving way to summer. Even though it was to be found in two poems only, the summer motif would predominate somewhat lat-er in the cycle Sunny Poems, and Dui almost completely abandoned the symbolism of the seasons in his fi nal col-lection of poetry.