로버트 블라이 시의 '도약'적 상상력
The Leaping Imagination in the Poetry of Robert Bly
This paper analyzes Robert Bly's poetry as leaping poetry and attempts to reveal some of those characteristics. It is assumed that Bly's leaping poetry presupposes intuition or enlightenment. Many of the journeys toward unconsciousness that the speakers of Bly's poetry experience are meditative and lead those speakers as well as its readers towards an inner transformation. It is also believed that 'deep image', 'wild association', 'Gott-natur', and 'Mother Consciousness' are the phenomena that the poet experiences when the leaping imagination works. Some of the characteristics of Bly's leaping poetry can be summarized as follows: First, an image of the return to the origin, which is suggested as surrealistically, is dominant. The regressive imagination is one of the most important poetic sources of Bly's poetry helping the poet to restore the wholeness of self. Bly's surrealistic image does not distort the reality of things as the other surrealists do. Rather, he attempts to reveal the inner quality of things. Second, its aim is to regain the unified self consciousness by recovering the 'mother consciousness' or 'feminine consciousness'. Third, it is ecological in that Bly's leaping imagery helps to realize the unity between man and nature. In conclusion, Bly's leaping poetry shares many of the oriental elements in that it suggests unified vision. Viewing Bly's poetry as leaping poetry can help solve many of the enigmas of his poetry in general.
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