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Algemene vragen.

1. zoek de kenmerken van de nieuwe romantiek. Vind je de gelezen gedichten typisch voor die stroming. Let op. - het hoge testamentgehalte; - de kunstmatige paradijzen; - het algemene levensgevoel;

Neoromantiek: NNN p.312

De nieuwe romantiek (1970- tot heden).
In de jaren 70, een periode van economische recessie en crisis, lijkt het engagement van de jaren 60 dood en begraven. Er is een algemene retrobeweging, een vluchtreflex naar het ‘ik-tijdperk’, het kleinschalige, de introspectie, de ‘navelstaarderij’.
Kenmerken:
1. Gevoelens van onmacht, moedeloosheid, uitzichtloosheid vieren hoogtij: ‘veel ach en een beetje o’. 2. De dichter gebruikt vaak ironiserende, kitscherig-pathetische effecten (vooral in Nederland): ernst en pose zijn vaak moeilijk van elkaar te onderscheiden. 3. Er is een herstel van en een spel met klassieke dichtvormen: sonnettenrage, plechtige stijl met gebruik van nogal wat retorische figuren, metrum…
(literatuur Nederland: Gerrit Komrij (1944-), Lévi Weemoedt (1948-), Jean Pierre Rawie (1949-).
(literatuur België: Luuk Gruwez (1953-), Eriek Verpale (1952-), Jotie T’Hooft (1956-1977).

*Recessie: achteruitgang
* Introspectie: een activiteit waarbij de eigen gedachten, gevoelens en herinneringen tot onderwerp van overdenking gemaakt worden.
* Kitscherig(kitsch): iemand die probeert om kunst te maken en daarin onbedoeld niet slaagt, wansmaak.
* Pathetisch: hoogdravend
* Retorisch: bombastisch

het hoge testamentgehalte -> belijdenis: terugblik op leven -> balans opmaken.
Kunstmatige paradijzen: -> weg van de wereld door de drugs, high
Het algemene levensgevoel: romantiek -> Weltschmerz -> verlangen naar iets anders.
Geen toekomstvisie -> wegvluchten ‘escapisme’ -> vlucht in drugs, dood.

2. Qua vorm was Jotie T’Hooft geen opzichtige vernieuwer. ‘De traditie is voor mij een soort experiment met terugwerkende kracht’, zo zegt de dichter zelf. Begrijp je die uitspraak?

Jotie t’ Hooft gebruikte altijd een zeer klassieke vorm in zijn gedichten,dit wordt ook bedoeld met ‘de traditie’.
Met het experiment bedoelt hij natuurlijk experimenteren, zoeken naar iets nieuw. Voor hem was dit niet nieuw maar voor de periode was dit wel nieuw.
Met de terugwerkende kracht bedoelt hij terug naar het oude gaan,bij het klassieke blijven. Hierdoor was er geen vernieuwing,maar de inhoud in zijn gedichten was wel vernieuwend,hij gebruikte thema’s zoals seks,drugs alcohol,…

3. Je vindt vast makkelijk welke traditionele poëtische middelen Jotie T’Hooft in zijn poëzie gebruikt. Benoem ze en geef telkens een duidelijke illustratie.

- klassieke stijlfiguren Neologisme: uurglas (=zandloper) [halfweg de wandeling] Neologisme: doodsbloem [schuldbekentenis] Personificatie: ik ben wereld [schuldbekentenis] - Klassieke strofenbouw Halfweg de wandeling: altijd gekruist rijm (abab, cdcd, efef, ghgh, ijij, klkl) - Gelijke verslengte Elke vers bestaat uit 4 lijnen. (Halfweg de wandeling: de even strofen zijn een aanspreking)

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