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Anca Mizumschi, „Anca lui Noe“. Poezia fractală


Anca Mizumschi, “Noah’s Anca”. Fractal poetry

Anca Mizumschi conceives poetry as an attempt of reshaping the primary pattern of the language. Therefore, she turns to the main biblical facts and characters and somehow connects them to the present. Despite the eclectism of the poems, she manages to reduce the distance between the sacre dimension of the Bible and the nowadays profane appearance within the space of the text itself. Different values and symbols are jointed together
in a synthetic poetic paradigm by a sort of inlaid complex technique, something between puzzle, mosaic and stained-glass window. That explains the similarities found in the most unexpected circumstances: the poetess has the scarred skin of the saints, she shares the same loneliness with God, the great divine messages can be sent through the latest technology. Anca Mizumschi also discovers the inward feminine condition of literature, for
language was initially pregnant with its meaningfulness. Owing to this organic perspective, any word is a linguistic womb or arch, a cosmological cell that concentrates the complexity of the world and thus proves the ontological function of poetry.
Keywords: fractal vision, the ontological function of language, biblical references, the feminine condition of poetry, inlaid pattern, eclectic biography, interchange between sacre and profane, presentification

  • Anca Mizumschi, Anca lui Noe / Noah’s Anca, Bucureşti, Humanitas, 2009
  • Harold Bloom, Anxietatea influenţei. O teorie a poeziei / The anxiety of influence. A theory of poetry, Piteşti, Paralela 45, 2008, transl. and notes by Rareş Moldovan
  • Andrei Oişteanu, Ordine şi haos. Mit şi magie în cultura tradiţională românească / Order and chaos. Myth and magic in Romanian traditional culture, Iaşi, Polirom, 2005
  • Gheorghe Crăciun, Aisbergul poeziei moderne / The iceberg of modern poetry, Piteşti, Paralela 45, 2009