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Nove poetike sodobnih slovenskih pesnic
ID Novak-Popov, Irena (Author)

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Abstract
Prispevek predstavlja poezijo treh pesnic, Anje Golob, Nine Dragičević in Kaje Teržan, ki so v zadnjem času obogatile slovensko pesniško krajino in prejele prestižne nagrade. Konstrukt ženskega spola je v njihovih zbirkah razviden iz situacij, položajev, izkušenj, intimnih odnosov ter iz pojmovanja subjekta, pomanjšanega, nesrediščnega, razpršenega, nastajajočega v komunikaciji in čustvenih odnosih. Čeprav je ženska travmatizirana, ustrahovana in v podrejenem položaju, kljubuje družbenim normam, vztraja pri osebni svobodi in samostojnosti, bori se za preživetje na družbenem robu in brani pred vdorom nasilja v zasebni prostor in duševnost. Pesnice živijo od umetnosti in za umetnost, zato so jezikovno in oblikovno inovativne. Zgodbeno linearnost zamenjujejo z združevanjem fragmentov, v opise vnašajo čutne, čustvene vidike in ritem, monološki govor dinamizirajo z več perspektivami in glasovi. Namesto vertikalnih razmerij moči poudarjajo horizontalne vezi med enakovrednimi, namesto konformizma (maske, videza, vloge, funkcije) stavijo na občutljivo in gibljivo telo.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:slovenska književnost, slovenske pesnice, sodobna poezija žensk, družbeni spol, subjekt, intimni odnosi, družbeni odnosi, eksistencialni pomen ustvarjanja, jezikovne inovacije, Anja Golob, Nina Dragičević, Kaja Teržan
Typology:1.08 - Published Scientific Conference Contribution
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2021
Number of pages:Str. 53-62
PID:20.500.12556/RUL-127715 This link opens in a new window
UDC:821.163.6-1.09
DOI:10.4312/SSJLK.57.53-62 This link opens in a new window
COBISS.SI-ID:67544579 This link opens in a new window
Publication date in RUL:21.06.2021
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Record is a part of a monograph

Title:Ustvarjalke v slovenskem jeziku, literaturi in kulturi : 57. seminar slovenskega jezika, literature in kulture
Editors:Alenka Žbogar
Place of publishing:Ljubljana
Publisher:Znanstvena založba Filozofske fakultete
Year:2021
ISBN:978-961-06-0470-9
COBISS.SI-ID:63908867 This link opens in a new window
Collection title:ǂZbirka ǂSeminar slovenskega jezika, literature in kulture
Collection ISSN:2386-0561

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Language:English
Abstract:
The paper presents the work of three female poets - Anja Golob, Nina Dragičević and Kaja Teržan - who in recent times have enriched the Slovene poetic scene and received prestigious awards. In their collections, the social construct of the female gender is visible in situations, roles, experiences and personal relations, as well as in the conception of the subject - diminished, marginal, diffuse, nascent - in communication and emotional relations. Although the woman is traumatised, intimidated and in a subservient position, she challenges social norms, insists on personal freedom and independence, fights for survival at the social margins, and defends herself against violent incursions into her personal space and psyche. Female poets live from art and for art, and so they are linguistically and formally innovative. They replace the linear story with combined fragments; to descriptions they bring sensual, emotional aspects and rhythm; they bring dynamism to monologue by using multiple perspectives and voices. Instead of vertical power relations, they emphasise horizontal connections between equals; instead of conformism (masks, appearances, roles, functions), they bet on the sensitive and flexible body.

Keywords:Slovenian literature, Slovenian woman poets, contemporary female poetry, social gender, subject, personal relations, social relations, existential meaning of creativity, linguistic innovation, Anja Golob, Nina Dragičević, Kaja Teržan

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