Tudor Arghezi – the Mystique and the Dolphin Cover Image

Tudor Arghezi – misticul şi delfinul
Tudor Arghezi – the Mystique and the Dolphin

Author(s): Amalia Drăgulănescu
Subject(s): Literary Texts
Published by: Editura Alfa
Keywords: mysticism; dialogue; missionary; social; universality

Summary/Abstract: Beginning from the assertion in the volume Poetics by Vassilis Vitsaxis, – according which the poet and the mystic person, if they try to explain the moments of grace, of transfiguration and the transgression towards the celestial boundaries, they would be alike a dolphin which should have to participate at a colloque of marritime constructors about the mechanisms of swimming into the sea –, we arrive at the indicible of Arghezi’s creation, which, even situated (in a conventional manner till now) between faith and doubt, surpasses this antinomy by the unification of the contraria, and these aspects will be proved by a profound analysis of some eloquent fragments from the Arghezi’s poetry.

  • Issue Year: VI/2010
  • Issue No: 2 (12)
  • Page Range: 51-56
  • Page Count: 6
  • Language: Romanian