Poetry which Requires Esthetic Understanding to Readers (Features from the Lyrics of Frederik Rreshpja)

Aristidh Çipa

Abstract


Frederik Rreshpja - an exceptionally impressive poet – is considered as one of the earliest Albanian contemporary poetry modelers. As part of the avant-garde poets of the seventies, after suffering a seventeen years political imprisonment, in 1991 he comes renewed and strong in the elite spectrum of the Albanian authors and becomes a reference point for the new poetry. The author plays a substantial role in shaping the aesthetic and fragile conscience of the new generation. According to some well-known national and international scholars of literature, the poetry of Rreshpja is of high quality. The poet impresses you with his exceptional ability to use words and poetic images. His verse is organized in a civil way. The lyric poetry of Rreshpja is fragile and vulnerable to misreading and misinterpretation, thus requiring the esthetic understanding of the reader. This article is aimed at outlining a profile of Frederik Rreshpja's creative personality by highlighting: 1. Aspects of poet's philosophical vision of the world. 2. Aspects of poetry's structure. 3. Characteristics of poetic style. 4. Aspects of the relation between Rreshpja's poetry and the receivers. Approach to poetic text. a) Genesis of the literary work. b) Semantic – esthetic aspect. c) Materialization of the text.

Keywords: avant-garde, elite authors, formalism, lyrical narration, genesis, etc.


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