" 'A Word that Breathes Distinctly Has Not the Power to Die': The Life of Words in the Poetry of Emily Dickinson"


Даскалова, Ярмила (2015) " 'A Word that Breathes Distinctly Has Not the Power to Die': The Life of Words in the Poetry of Emily Dickinson" Паисиеви четения: Литературознание. Научни трудове 2015, т.53, кн.1, сб. Б. Пловдивски университет „Паисий Хилендарски”, Пловдив. ISSN 0861–0029. Pp.153-170. ( Номер 436 от Н А Ц И О Н А Л Е Н Р Е Ф Е Р Е Н Т Е Н С П И С Ъ К НА СЪВРЕМЕННИ БЪЛГАРСКИ НАУЧНИ ИЗДАНИЯ С НАУЧНО РЕЦЕНЗИРАНЕ) COBISS.BG-ID1124461540


 The article presents an analytical research of select works by Emily Dickinson, an author who, thanks to her original talent, stands out as a sui generis precursor of modernism in the American literary context. The poems which I have chosen are, in my view, emblematic of her work and best demonstrate the exquisite quality of her rare sensibility which might be said to exist in its own right. Being extremely intense and relentlessly acute, it forces both subjects and objects out of their familiar shapes and forms to create an extraordinary experience.
  Статия
 semi-mythological figure, anti-heroism, poetic evanescence, “word-breath” imagery, modern sensibility


Хуманитарни науки

Humanities

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 Ярмила Даскалова

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