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A Comparative Study to Understanding about Poetics Based on Natural Language Processing  [PDF]
Lingyi Zhang, Junhui Gao
Open Journal of Modern Linguistics (OJML) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ojml.2017.75017
Abstract: This paper tries to find out five poets’ (Thomas Hardy, Wilde, Browning, Yeats, and Tagore) differences and similarities through analyzing their works on nineteenth Century by using natural language understanding technology and word vector model. Firstly, we collect enough poems from these five poets, build five corpus respectively, and calculate their high-frequency words, by using Natural Language Processing method. Then, based on the word vector model, we calculate the word vectors of the five poets’ high-frequency words, and combine the word vectors of each poet into one vector. Finally, we analyze the similarity between the combined word vectors by using the hierarchical clustering method. The result shows that the poems of Hardy, Browning, and Wilde are similar; the poems of Tagore and Yeats are relatively close—but the gap between the two is relatively large. In addition, we evaluate the stability of our approach by altering the word vector dimension, and try to analyze the results of clustering in a literary (poetic) perspective. Yeats and Tagore possessed a kind of mysticism poetics thought, while Hardy, Browning, and Wilde have the elements of realism combined with tragedy and comedy. The results are similar comparing to those we get from the word vector model.
La interpretación lírica del Asterión borgesiano: Intertextualidad y apropiación del mito del minotauro
Isla García,Virginia;
Acta literaria , 2010, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-68482010000200006
Abstract: when borges let us know the humanity of the murderer who lived in his casa de asterión, our initial sorrow became soon in tragic identity. the works we analyse here show us how poets of nowadays are well conscious of this fact and share the same fear as us. perhaps this is the reason why in their poetry they prefer to focus on the last monster's thoughts before his death. in this way, they not only pay their tribute to borges but also remind us how we, modern men, will beg for our death too.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yavuz BAYRAM
Turkish Studies , 2007,
Abstract: In this article starting from “pomegranate”, the explanations and the numerical values related with the defined flowers, the methods used in comparison with several elements and rose have been defined basing on the analysis of the related couplets. In this meaning firstly pomegranate has been analisied. Later, the fruits such as “almond, peach, apple, orange...” have been mentioned considering the numerical data related with these elements.
M. John Britto
Academic Research International , 2012,
Abstract: Conservation of Nature has become a primary task of every person in the contemporary world. The natural disasters in the recent years have not only enforced the human society to think of the importance of Nature for human survival and the need for a harmonious relation with it, but also have cautioned everyone that any human action against Nature will yield destruction of the humanity at large. Consequently, today, the study of Nature has formed an integral part of various academic domains. The focus given to Nature in literature is perceivable in the literary theory known as ‘ecocriticism’. This paper presents an outline of ecocriticism, followed by the sources of ecological crisis, and solutions offered by Wordsworth in “Tintern Abbey” to protect Nature. It provides an account of the three stages of Wordsworth’s attitude to Nature in the light of ecocriticism, and the portrayal of the reward for love of Nature.
Ahmed R. A. Rawajbeh,Tengku Ghani Tengku Jusoh,Md. Nor Abdullah,Zulkarnain Mohamed
International Journal of Islamic Thought , 2012,
Abstract: The poets of opposites poems take their knowledge from multi-springs of knowledge. So, the direction of Islamic values were added to the knowledge that take from the past and its literature, and from present Islam and its acquaintances, so the poetic culture was colored with the color of the culture which they take. It was the way for the best poets to serve their purpose and to deliver their messages. There is no doubt that the Quran was afar distance of both recipient and poet for his eloquence this type of poem has been associated with the name of obscenity because of the large number insults and exposure of the taboos. This article came to reveal the relationship between the poetic text and the Quranic text in the poem of the three Umayyad poets and to wipe the dust of obscenity which knighted him and to identify the impact of the holy Quran upon its simple, compound and inspiration system and address the extent of correlation of poetic text and overlap with the Holy Quran.
Turkish Studies , 2009,
Abstract: There is an idea and a method union betweenOttoman Poets and Thomas Stearn Eliot. Two differentworld man who contemplating unite a point for humanitythat is genostic human. Ottoman poets support Eliot’sspeech, Eliot says the world that Ottoman poets intimate before century. Our nation who has E. U. idealswill interest us to know these similar points. Becausethere are many thinker people there as us and ancetor.For these people, Eliot is a model both idea father andalso acknowledged man. The writer who was given Nobelreward is saying similar words as Ottoman poets’philosophy. In our duty, we know the past and researchseriously Eliot. It isnt’t possible astonish paralel opinionsabout culture, tradition, religion, philophy, literature.Having been pagan modern world against, it is a supportto Eliot from Ottoman poets before century.
Cecília Meireles: imagens femininas
Dal Farra, Maria Lúcia;
Cadernos Pagu , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-83332006000200013
Abstract: drawing the way of poet cecilia meireles, this article shows her ability to scrutinize existing things in order to discover in them the imperishable trait. along her work, the poet revolutionizes discursive logic, renames beings, changes their attributes, confounding them and leading them to a chaos that demands urgency in the reordering of what would be a new world.
The role of the poet in Plato's ideal cities of Callipolis and Magnesia
Naddaf, Gerard;
Kriterion: Revista de Filosofia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-512X2007000200004
Abstract: plato's attitude toward the poets and poetry has always been a flashpoint of debate, controversy and notoriety, but most scholars have failed to see their central role in the ideal cities of the republic and the laws, that is, callipolis and magnesia. in this paper, i argue that in neither dialogue does plato "exile" the poets, but, instead, believes they must, like all citizens, exercise the expertise proper to their profession, allowing them the right to become full-fledged participants in the productive class. moreover, attention to certain details reveals that plato harnesses both positive and negative factors in poetry to bring his ideal cities closer to a practical realization. the status of the poet and his craft in this context has rarely to my knowledge been addressed.
Resul KAYA (M.A.H.)
Turkish Studies , 2009,
Abstract: One example of the traditional Turkish biographywritings written in 20th century is Mehmed Nail Tuman’swork called Tuhfe-i Naili. In this paper after introducingthe work called Tuhfe-i Naili briefly we will focus on andmake a systematic analyses how Mehmed Nail Tumanpresents the very significant points of one’s life in orderto introduce poets in a biographical sense.
I fantasmi e i corpi. Breve excursus sulla letteratura dei Latinos negli Stati Uniti
Mario Maffi
Altre Modernità , 2009,
Abstract: The article shows the development of a distinctive Latino cultural tradition, linked to the immigration to the United States both from bordering Mexico (Mexican American immigrants, or chicanos) and from Puerto Rico (immigrants from la isla mainly to New York City, soon to be known as Nuyoricans). It retraces the complex and dramatic dynamics of both immigration trends, from the late 19th century to the late 20th century, and explores their cultural effects, both in terms of literary and theatrical production and in terms of socio-cultural behaviours more in general (class- and gender-based); and, by synthetically presenting some of these too often neglected authors and their works, it shows the important, critical and dialectical contribution offered by them to the literature(s) of the United States.
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