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  • 标题:Marulić’s Quinquaginta Parabolae as Sparking off Baroque and Contemporary Poetry (Parabola XXXIX: De morte omnibus communi)
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  • 作者:Frangeš, Ivo
  • 期刊名称:Colloquia Maruliana
  • 印刷版ISSN:1332-3431
  • 出版年度:1999
  • 卷号:8
  • 页码:169-176
  • 出版社:Knjizevni Krug Split
  • 摘要:Marulić too, following the example of Jesus, used the parable, knowing that virtuous lessons usually enter more effectively into the souls of simple people through the means of some or other images and comparisons. Just as the Davidias should be read allegorically, Marulić as a whole should be revealed and accepted in the same way, according to the Renaissance measure and conviction that every reading is a plunge into the heart, into the essence, the text wrapping up the kernel, the core, the meaning that is, like a shell. Using the example of the 39th Parable, On death which is common to all, the tripartite nature of Marulić’s tale is valorised: a) the image-tale; b) the explanation; c) part of the explanation as conclusion. But, as against Marulić (in whom man lives in the permanent environment of death, life being transitory and human-kind having to take constant account of the end) in later Croatian poets this relation-ship is altered. What earlier filled the poet and reader with fear becomes a source of ebullience. Marulić’s writing is a copy of human life, an explanation of it, its being given sense even in death. Poetry of the Marulić type, his description of things and events (there also being a desire to stress the meaning) is called the poetry of the core. Later poets in Croatia have given themselves over to refined sensibility of expression, more and more concerned for the decoration, the shell. Finally, works of art of both the earlier and the modern period are understand primarily as a unity of internal and external mimesis, of the core and the shell, content and form.
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