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The Parallelism as a Poetic Structure in Modern Poetry
The parallelism in modern poetry has been connected with parallel statement system in traditional poems and songs like shijos and ballads. But the parallel model of traditional poems and songs that "tow lines of them had coupled into an element of sense facing each other" have been transformed and deconstructed into modern poetry in structural dimension of the whole. Then the parallel in modern poetry has developed with expanding, deconstructing, and rebuilding the parallel structure of traditional poems and songs. This study has separated deploying patterns of the parallel in modern poetry into three types of repetitive parallel structure, expansive parallel structure, and deconstructive parallel structure, and has illuminated poetic functions and effects in the parallel structure of each poem. The parallel, with the repetition, in modern poetry has functioned as a structure of poetic statement that has integrated a poetic text into a poem through the repetition of certain voice, word, common phrase, line, and paragraph as a principle of poetic form. And, diverse and abundant variations of poetic functions have used to be issued from transformations of the parallel and patterns of the deconstruction. These poetic functions have brought poetic senses and emotions to cohesion, destruction, or refreshment, have constructed and de-constructed vidual and audial poetic rhythm, and have contributed to forming poetic structures and producing aesthetic effects with emphasis and revealing a poet"s emotions, inwards, poetic troubles, and his objects. Consequently, the parallel in modern poetry has turned Out to be an important poetic device in order that equality and repetitiveness of common phrasal structure has formed so called "rules of sense" with expanding into qualities of poetic rules.
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