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Kako pesnici razumeju žrtveni obred: „Nepočin-polje“ Vaska Pope kroz prizmu „Poetike žrtvenog obreda“ Miodraga Pavlovića

Poets on Sacrificial Rite: Vasko Popa’s „Nepočin-polje“ („No-rest Field“) from the Perspective of Miodrag Pavlović’s Study „Poetika žrtvenog obreda“ („The Poetics of Sacrificial Rite“)


Folkloristika 3/1 (2018): 123‒145
Autor: Jovana Todorović
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U radu se posmatra dijalog dva modernistička pisca – Vaska Pope i Miodraga Pavlovića, u polju pesničkog doživljaja mita, rituala i žrtvenog obreda. Imajući u vidu da se u odlikama najšireg tipa poezija Vaska Pope približava usmenoj umetnosti reči, na primeru zbirke Nepočin-polje (1956) posmatraćemo, kroz prizmu Pavlovićevih antropoloških eseja, objedinjenih u knjizi, za cilj našeg rada rečitog naslova, Poetika žrtvenog obreda (1988), koliko je najprevođeniji pesnik srpskog posleratnog modernizma stvarao oslanjajući se na osobenosti žanrovskog sistema usmene književnosti, ali i više od toga – na njegovu semantiku.
Ključne reči: obred, žrtva, sakralno, Vasko Popa, desakralizacija, tradicija, modernost, sinkretizam, cikličnost, ritual

 

The paper discusses the dialogue between the works of two modernist poets – Vasko Popa and Miodrag Pavlović – dealing with their poetic experience of myth, ritual and sacrificial rite. Bearing in mind that the influence of oral poetry can be traced in a vast number of features present in the poetry of Vasko Popa − the most translated poet of the Serbian post-war Modernism − we will discuss to what extent he used the elements of the genre system of oral literature and of the oral poetry semantics in the proces of creating his poetry. In order to pecieve this goal, we will discuss his volume No-rest Field (Непочин-поље, 1956) through the ideas formulated in the anthropological essays of Pavlović, gathered and published in a book The Poetics of Sacrificial Rite (Поетика жртвеног обреда, 1988).
Keywords: rite, sacrifice, sacral, Vasko Popa, desacralization, tradition, modernity, sincretism, cyclicity, ritual