Advanced

Una poética de las vibraciones- El ritmo en la poesía de Juan José Saer

Castro, Azucena LU (2013) LIVR41 20131
Master's Programme: Literature - Culture - Media
Spanish Studies
Abstract (Spanish)
Este abordaje explora la configuración rítmica en ocho poemas del escasamente estudiado poemario El arte de narrar. Poemas (2000) de Juan José Saer, desde la poética del ritmo de Henri Meschonnic. Tal poética concibe al ritmo como los movimientos de una forma abierta y múltiple cuyas disposiciones revelan la voz, oralidad y corporeidad de un sujeto poético en el discurso. Este estudio parte de la observación de que los poemas presentan movimientos rítmicos vibratorios u oscilatorios en la estructura del cuerpo textual, desde la cual se proyectan una variedad de voces. En los poemas se analizan y discuten las configuraciones rítmicas de una multiplicidad de elementos desde un eje temático (configuraciones de voces), un eje genérico... (More)
Este abordaje explora la configuración rítmica en ocho poemas del escasamente estudiado poemario El arte de narrar. Poemas (2000) de Juan José Saer, desde la poética del ritmo de Henri Meschonnic. Tal poética concibe al ritmo como los movimientos de una forma abierta y múltiple cuyas disposiciones revelan la voz, oralidad y corporeidad de un sujeto poético en el discurso. Este estudio parte de la observación de que los poemas presentan movimientos rítmicos vibratorios u oscilatorios en la estructura del cuerpo textual, desde la cual se proyectan una variedad de voces. En los poemas se analizan y discuten las configuraciones rítmicas de una multiplicidad de elementos desde un eje temático (configuraciones de voces), un eje genérico (configuraciones fonéticas, acentuales, léxicas, trópicas) y un eje metafórico (configuraciones de imágenes poéticas). El análisis muestra que los desplazamientos y disposiciones de los elementos lingüísticos, retóricos y discursivos eslabonan lenguaje, poesía y discurso en un continuo de significación, el cual dirige el valor semántico y el sentido de los poemas. Este estudio revela que tales movimientos y disposiciones dan forma a una pan-rítmica donde confluyen simultáneamente ritmo de pensamiento, arritmos, ritmos polimétricos, ritmo regresivo y sintáctico. Más aún, a través del ritmo los poemas exhiben una relación con la tradición literaria desde la inclusión de patrones rítmicos primitivos o arcaicos, la búsqueda de ritmos sonoros de la poesía moderna y la búsqueda de ritmos visuales de la poesía vanguardista. El arte de narrar presenta, así, una intensa experimentación rítmica y poética en textos breves, los cuales sondean minúsculos procesos que conectan espacios, tiempos, cuerpos y géneros. (Less)
Abstract
Parting from Henri Meschonnic’s poetics of rhythm, this study explores the rhythmic configuration in eight poems of Juan José Saer’s barely commented poetry collection, El arte de narrar. Poemas (2000). Meschonnic’s poetics conceives of rhythm as the movements of a form, which is open and multiple and whose dispositions reveal a poetic subject’s voice, orality and corporeal nature. This study departs from the observation that the poems present vibratory or oscillatory rhythmical movements in the textual body’s structure, from which a variety of voices are projected. In the poems I analyze and discuss the rhythmic configurations of a multiplicity of elements on a thematic axis (configurations of voices), a generic axis (phonetic, accentual,... (More)
Parting from Henri Meschonnic’s poetics of rhythm, this study explores the rhythmic configuration in eight poems of Juan José Saer’s barely commented poetry collection, El arte de narrar. Poemas (2000). Meschonnic’s poetics conceives of rhythm as the movements of a form, which is open and multiple and whose dispositions reveal a poetic subject’s voice, orality and corporeal nature. This study departs from the observation that the poems present vibratory or oscillatory rhythmical movements in the textual body’s structure, from which a variety of voices are projected. In the poems I analyze and discuss the rhythmic configurations of a multiplicity of elements on a thematic axis (configurations of voices), a generic axis (phonetic, accentual, lexical, figural configurations) and a metaphorical axis (configurations of poetic images). This study shows that the movements and dispositions of linguistic, rhetoric and discursive elements link language, poetry and discourse in a continnuum of significance, which directs the semantic value and the meaning of the poems. This approach reveals that such movements and dispositions bring about a pan-rhythmics, where a rhythm of thought, arrhythmical structures, polymetric rhythms, regressive and syntactic rhythms converge simultaneously. Moreover, through rhythm the poems exhibit a relation to literary tradition marked by the inclusion of primitive or arcaic rhythmical patterns, modern poetry’s search for rhythmic sound patterns and avant-garde poetry’s search for visual rhythms. El arte de narrar presents, thus, intense rhythmic and poetic experimentation in brief texts, which examine minuscule processes that connect spaces, times, bodies and genres. (Less)
Please use this url to cite or link to this publication:
author
Castro, Azucena LU
supervisor
organization
course
LIVR41 20131
year
type
H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
subject
keywords
Henri Meschonnic, ritmo, poesía, El arte de narrar, Juan José Saer
language
Spanish
id
4057760
date added to LUP
2013-09-24 12:18:38
date last changed
2013-09-24 12:18:38
@misc{4057760,
  abstract     = {Parting from Henri Meschonnic’s poetics of rhythm, this study explores the rhythmic configuration in eight poems of Juan José Saer’s barely commented poetry collection, El arte de narrar. Poemas (2000). Meschonnic’s poetics conceives of rhythm as the movements of a form, which is open and multiple and whose dispositions reveal a poetic subject’s voice, orality and corporeal nature. This study departs from the observation that the poems present vibratory or oscillatory rhythmical movements in the textual body’s structure, from which a variety of voices are projected. In the poems I analyze and discuss the rhythmic configurations of a multiplicity of elements on a thematic axis (configurations of voices), a generic axis (phonetic, accentual, lexical, figural configurations) and a metaphorical axis (configurations of poetic images). This study shows that the movements and dispositions of linguistic, rhetoric and discursive elements link language, poetry and discourse in a continnuum of significance, which directs the semantic value and the meaning of the poems. This approach reveals that such movements and dispositions bring about a pan-rhythmics, where a rhythm of thought, arrhythmical structures, polymetric rhythms, regressive and syntactic rhythms converge simultaneously. Moreover, through rhythm the poems exhibit a relation to literary tradition marked by the inclusion of primitive or arcaic rhythmical patterns, modern poetry’s search for rhythmic sound patterns and avant-garde poetry’s search for visual rhythms. El arte de narrar presents, thus, intense rhythmic and poetic experimentation in brief texts, which examine minuscule processes that connect spaces, times, bodies and genres.},
  author       = {Castro, Azucena},
  keyword      = {Henri Meschonnic,ritmo,poesía,El arte de narrar,Juan José Saer},
  language     = {spa},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Una poética de las vibraciones- El ritmo en la poesía de Juan José Saer},
  year         = {2013},
}