By Marlies Kronegger (auth.), Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka (eds.)
Focusing regularly upon language, conversation, textuality, etc., as is overwhelmingly modern model, we pass over the very raison d'être of literature and language itself.
relocating a step additional in our research of the anthropologico-ontopoietic resources of the life-significance of literature via unravelling the functionality of imaginatio creatrix in man's self interpretation-in-existence, this assortment seeks to bring on the royal function of allegory within the fostering of tradition.
A conjoint paintings of human elemental passions and of the human spirit, allegory mediates among lofty beliefs of the top human strivings and the pedestrian realm of proof.
Interpretative or theoretical experiences surround allegory -- mediaeval, sleek and post-modern -- in numerous literatures. one of the authors are: Tymieniecka, Kronegger, Jorge Garcia Gomez, V. Osadnik, H. Hellerstein, H. Rudnick, R. Kiefer, V. Fichera, ok. Haney, Ch. Raffini, J. Williamson, B. Ross and Sitansu Ray.
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CREA TURELINES S AND TEMPORALITY As Emilia de Zuleta has insightfully remarked, the present is the fundamental form of time in Cantico. As she says, "it is eternity regarded through the prism of manifold motivations ... 29 Now, this is not hard to understand, for the present is the time of innocence, primordial time. This is how Guillen himself speaks of that golden first 40 SARA F. OARCfA-06MEZ age: " ... immortality under way! the present was a future! warm with its own fabulations" (p. 40).
I will therefore begin my examination with creatureliness and being as the fruit of gift-giving. In doing so, I am not exactly following Guillen's own order, for, in choosing to open his collection with the poem "Lugar de Lazaro", he is signaling, as the title itself suggests, that he is going to be concerned, first of all, with creatureliness and mortality. My choice however is to employ this long poem as a means of bringing my analysis to a conclusion, for reasons that will then become apparent.
During the crossing of the water the young animals suffocate. So once again Akbara has lost a complete litter through the fault of human beings. The adult wolves finally go to the mountains of Kirghizia, near the lake Issyk-Kul, and here Akbara gives birth to four children, one of which, a she-wolf, has her mother's extraordinary blue eyes. A drunken shepherd steals the wolf cubs while their parents are out hunting; he sells them and spends the money on vodka. The loss of her children drives Akbara to madness.
Allegory Revisited: Ideals of Mankind by Marlies Kronegger (auth.), Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka (eds.)