MITUL EDENULUI ÎN UNIVERSUL POETIC EUROPEAN AL SECOLULUI XX
MYTH OF EDEN IN EUROPEAN POETICAL UNIVERS OF XXth CENTURY
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The paper outlines and clarifies the way of approaching, understanding and living of the Myth of Eden in European poetry. The way in which the nostalgia of Paradise as a fundamental impulse of the imaginary is understood is being analysed through the poetry of representative poets. Their work speaks about poetry which saves particularity in the universal.
Eden is sensed and perceived in a various range of moods and senses from the area of supreme happiness to the intellectual and physical efforts which creates heavenly euphoria. From the forever young Georg Tackl, with his mysterious appearance to Constantinos Kavafis and to Fernando Pessoa or Serghei Esenin, Eden is understood differently but it is perceived as an interior pressure and something belonging to the soul.
All the eleven poets to whom we refer are representative for the European lyrical area.
The phenomena of Eden, becomes Trans subjective and detaches itself from the poet, living its image into the imagination of the reader. The substance of Eden is something resembling our soul, and the dreams have an important role, blessing the artistic creation.
Key words: Eden, myth, nostalgia, European poetry, imagination, the artistic creation
Cuvinte cheie: Eden, mit, nostalgie, poezie europeană, imaginaţie, creaţie artistică