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Memory and communication as poetic stimulants

Nicolau, Felix LU (2015) International Conference Communication, Culture, and Creation: new scientific paradigms 1. p.619-625
Abstract
In 2013, American poet and academic Ange Mlinko published her third volume: Marvelous Things Overheard. As in her second volume, Shoulder Season, 2010, Mlinko mingles epochs and geographies in an effort to listen to and comprehend those human voices resounding mainly from conflictual areas. There is no communication without memory. That is why the poetess embodies languages, sorrows, happy feelings and traditions all over the world. But the radiant place is Europe with its stormed and still storming history. From Minsk to Hannover, we are exposed to symbols and cultural concepts. The homogeneity of the text is secured by the solid scaffolding of Greek mythology. Thus, poetry can revive times past and re-launch debates upon our... (More)
In 2013, American poet and academic Ange Mlinko published her third volume: Marvelous Things Overheard. As in her second volume, Shoulder Season, 2010, Mlinko mingles epochs and geographies in an effort to listen to and comprehend those human voices resounding mainly from conflictual areas. There is no communication without memory. That is why the poetess embodies languages, sorrows, happy feelings and traditions all over the world. But the radiant place is Europe with its stormed and still storming history. From Minsk to Hannover, we are exposed to symbols and cultural concepts. The homogeneity of the text is secured by the solid scaffolding of Greek mythology. Thus, poetry can revive times past and re-launch debates upon our responsibility as communicators in a democratic, transcultural society. This paper will dwell upon the European heritage in contemporary American poetry (Less)
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Poetry, Memory, Heritage, Communication
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Communication, Culture, Creation : New scientific paradigms - New scientific paradigms
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Popović, Virginia ; Janjić, Ivana ; Milancovici, Speranța ; Gagea, Eugen ; ; ; and
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1
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53
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6 pages
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Editura „Vasile Goldiş” University Press
conference name
International Conference Communication, Culture, and Creation: new scientific paradigms
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Arad, Romania
conference dates
2015-02-05 - 2015-02-07
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9789736647796
9788687879140
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English
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  abstract     = { In 2013, American poet and academic Ange Mlinko published her third volume: Marvelous Things Overheard. As in her second volume, Shoulder Season, 2010, Mlinko mingles epochs and geographies in an effort to listen to and comprehend those human voices resounding mainly from conflictual areas. There is no communication without memory. That is why the poetess embodies languages, sorrows, happy feelings and traditions all over the world. But the radiant place is Europe with its stormed and still storming history. From Minsk to Hannover, we are exposed to symbols and cultural concepts. The homogeneity of the text is secured by the solid scaffolding of Greek mythology. Thus, poetry can revive times past and re-launch debates upon our responsibility as communicators in a democratic, transcultural society. This paper will dwell upon the European heritage in contemporary American poetry},
  author       = {Nicolau, Felix},
  booktitle    = {Communication, Culture, Creation  : New scientific paradigms},
  editor       = {Popović, Virginia and Janjić, Ivana  and Milancovici, Speranța  and Gagea, Eugen },
  isbn         = {9789736647796 },
  language     = {eng},
  month        = {02},
  pages        = {619--625},
  publisher    = {Editura „Vasile Goldiş” University Press},
  title        = {Memory and communication as poetic stimulants},
  volume       = {1},
  year         = {2015},
}