“POETIKA” E ROMANIT “NJË DASHURI DHE SHTATË FAJE”
"POETICS" OF THE NOVEL "ONE LOVE AND SEVEN FAULTS"
Subject(s): Aesthetics, Albanian Literature, Theory of Literature
Published by: Instituti Albanologjik i Prishtinës
Summary/Abstract: The novel "One Love and Seven Faults" of the writer Rexhep Qosja, is characterized by a poetics as interesting as it is intriguing, which is used to describe the labyrinths that narration raises to this literary work. Being in such a poetic level, undertaken multiple interpretations on this novel do not fade at all the need for occasional returns and is to its artistic and language treatment. The novel "One Love and Seven Faults" is a novel of protest, revolt, the triumph of goodness, of the life’s triumph over death, of the man sublimation with initiative, a novel of virtues and humane feelings, a novel of spiritual purification and purity, against violations and the violence of moral and existential Dasein’s values, a novel of the national’s identity revival and of the preservation of the cultural one. "One Love and Seven Faults" is a multi-statutory work, because it is read as a novel as well as a literary work consisting of stories, even as a documentary fictional work, but also as a publicist writing. “One Love and Seven Faults” is a universal type novel, which will always be treated and read by certain readers. The novel “One Love and Seven Faults” is characterized by a specific poetics which ranks it at the level of modernist and postmodernist novel.
- Issue Year: 2014
- Issue No: 44
- Page Range: 183-192
- Page Count: 10
- Language: Albanian