The political character of poetry has been defined by two far-reaching comprehensive frames of great breadth in our culture: "contents" and propagandistic view of poetry. The oppositions and criticisms of these two approaches are numerous and well known, but the alternatives are even today, almost an exception. One of them which stands out is the aesthetic theory that Th. W. Adorno developed throughout his life's work and. Hence, an approach to Adorno's thinking on the issue of public and private subject in lyrical poetry is presented here in order to introduce a conception of poetry that dissents from heteronomous and normalized explanatory models.
|Number of pages||10|
|Journal||TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|