Sensuri poetice ale cromonimului negru în opera poetică a lui Bogdan Ghiu
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RĂCIULA, Lilia. Sensuri poetice ale cromonimului negru în opera poetică a lui Bogdan Ghiu. In: Professional Development in Language Contexts: Perceptions and Practices. 15-16 martie 2019, Bălți. Bălți, Republica Moldova: Universitatea de Stat „Alecu Russo” din Bălți, 2019, pp. 167-173. ISBN 978-9975-3316-2-3.
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Professional Development in Language Contexts: Perceptions and Practices 2019
Simpozionul "Professional Development in Language Contexts: Perceptions and Practices"
Bălți, Moldova, 15-16 martie 2019

Sensuri poetice ale cromonimului negru în opera poetică a lui Bogdan Ghiu


Pag. 167-173

Răciula Lilia
 
Universitatea de Stat „Alecu Russo" din Bălţi
 
Disponibil în IBN: 22 martie 2020


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The present research deals with he poetic works of Bogdn Ghiu from the perspective of examining the chromatic symbolism of ‚black’. The poet’s imaginary images become elements-concepts of his writing: the page, the period, the letter, etc., all these being attributed a chromatic scale. ‘White’ and ‘black’ are two essential colours used by the poet to construct images in his poetry. The black colour by symmetry postulates the existence of white and vice versa; thus, a poetic image is being created in the colours of the chess game – black and white. This chromatic opposition may serve as inference to the coal drawing or engravings, or even to the arts of graffiti. As a veritable artist, the poet uses basic signs, such as the dash and the dot to obtain complex images, and harnesses the plain and economical sign – the dot (white and black) – to express profound imageries. From the point of view of semiotics, white and black constitute a system in the poet’s chromatic code, where the white period stands for the creation of the divine world while the black one – the poet’s creation.

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chromatic, black, white, poetic meaning, textualism