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タイトル: ヴィジョンの詩学
その他のタイトル: The Poetics of Vision
著者: 宮川, 清司
著者(別表記) : Miyagawa, Kiyoshi
著者読み: みやがわ, きよし
キーワード: ヴィジョン; vision
発行日: 2005年 3月31日
出版者: 奈良女子大学文学部
引用: 奈良女子大学文学部研究教育年報, 第1号, pp.113-121
抄録: In a development parallel to the so-called New Historicism in Renaissance studies, the buzzwords among Romanticists in recent years have been history and politics. Terms like vision and imagination so central to the previous generation of critics have been treated with skepticism and often outright hostility. New Historicists, however, seem to have run the risk of canceling the delights that visionary poems, in their diversity, yield to readers: as M.H.Abrams points out, they "cast a critical twilight in which all poems are gray". The present article examines how we can reinstate the definitive Romantic criteria of vision without incurring the risk of so-called Romantic ambiguity and arbitrariness. An outstanding characteristic of visionary experiences is the difficulty of describing, both for the poets and the readers who criticize them. I suggest that we readers at least should overcome this difficulty by rethinking the term "vision". Despite the common definition of the word as something prophetic, mystic or supernatural, we should remind ourselves that the original meaning of "vision" is "sight, seeing, thing seen", and this simple fact, I think, gives us an important clue to the reading of visionary poems. We should make more of the physical process leading up to the vision than jumping at the possible metaphysical interpretations. In my coinage this is "the poetics of how" and this is what I have put into practice in the reading of Wordsworth's famous visionary poem, "Tintern Abbey". Through this examination we have found that the culmination of this poem is "a sense sublime of something" rather than "a sense of something sublime", which reveals the very Wordsworthian or rather Romantic solipsism.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10935/242
ISSN: 1349-9882
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