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DEFIS DE LA COMMUNICATION POETIQUE A L’AUBE DE LA MODERNITE: BAUDELAIRE, ENTRE L’APOSTROPHE ET L’HYPERBOLE PDF Print E-mail

DEFIS DE LA COMMUNICATION POETIQUE A L’AUBE DE LA MODERNITE: BAUDELAIRE, ENTRE L’APOSTROPHE ET L’HYPERBOLE
IOAN POP-CURSEU
Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca,
Faculty of Theater and Television, 4, street Mihail Kogalniceanu, 400084
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ABSTRACT
This paper tries to show the importance of Baudelaire’s poetry, taking as a start point the question
of communication. Through two figures, borrowed from the arsenal of classical rhetoric, hyperbole
and apostrophe, Baudelaire builds the very poetics of modernity. The modern poem is at the same
time open to its readers (receptors) – by the means of apostrophe, and closed in the limits of its
making of language – by the means of hyperbole. The chosen examples for illustrating the dialectics
between apostrophe and hyperbole are some verse poems (Le Rêve d’un curieux, Le Masque,
Obsession, Héautontimorouménos), and a prose poem (L’Invitation au voyage).


Keywords: communication, apostrophe, hyperbole, Baudelaire, modernity

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