Universitatea „Lucian Blaga” Sibiu, Facultatea de Litere şi Arte “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu, Faculty of Letters and Arts
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9 / 2013
Confessional Feminine Poetry in Romania
The interest in studying women’s confessional poetry arises and strengthens as their scriptural manner not only heralds a paradigm change or the continuity with the overseas poetry or synchronization – even if out of time, but in the spirit of the age psychology – but announces the emancipation of the woman vision and maturing the society’s thinking about the independent female roles from the old gender bias. We are witnessing a mentality split that the confessional paradigm is highlighting in all its aspects and will eventually produce a revolution that crosses the poetic border.
Keywords: confessional feminine poetry, autobiography, self-fiction, phantasia and mimesis, subjectivity, confessional pact
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