INTERPRETATION OF THE IDEA OF LONELINESS IN BLAZHE KONESKI'S POETRY Cover Image

ТОЛКУВАЊЕ НА ИДЕЈАТА ЗА ОСАМЕНОСТА ВО ПОЕЗИЈАТА НА БЛАЖЕ КОНЕСКИ
INTERPRETATION OF THE IDEA OF LONELINESS IN BLAZHE KONESKI'S POETRY

Author(s): Jasmina Mojsieva Guševa, Jasmina Mojsieva-Gusheva
Subject(s): Macedonian Literature, Theory of Literature
Published by: Институт за македонска литература
Keywords: Blazhe Koneski; imposed loneliness; voluntary loneliness; fateful loneliness; painful isolation

Summary/Abstract: In his poetry, Blazhe Koneski seeks for spiritual dimensions in whose apparent peace various poetic ideas are presented - one of which is the idea of loneliness. Loneliness in his poems, in a sense, is the meaning of existence. They spring from the sensitive poetic soul and penetrate the most hidden parts of the human being. In some of his poetic paintings, his primordial desire for calmness and loneliness is noticed and this brings him peace. In other, loneliness is captured with selected word forms, which express loss, separations and abandonments, which gives rise to sadness and melancholy. Furthermore, loneliness is intricate in the Macedonian identity as a predestination. Common to all of the poems is the fact they are immanent of his melancholy and incessant sadness. It is believed that Koneski does not regret, does not mourn, but only describes loneliness.

  • Issue Year: 2018
  • Issue No: 72
  • Page Range: 133-143
  • Page Count: 11
  • Language: Macedonian