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Valery Bryusov's The Earth as an experiment of scientific poetry S. M. Paik

By: Paik, Seung MooMaterial type: ArticleArticleOther title: "Земля" В. Я. Брюсова как эксперимент научной поэзии [Parallel title]Subject(s): Брюсов, Валерий Яковлевич 1873-1924 Земля | научная поэзия | научная фантастика | символизм | трагедия | эсхатология | трансграничная эстетикаGenre/Form: статьи в журналах Online resources: Click here to access online In: Вестник Томского государственного университета. Филология № 63. С. 264-281Abstract: This paper describes that Bryusov’s The Earth is a representative work of scientific poetry, and as such, any analysis or interpretation of this work must also adhere to the rules of scientific poetry. Bryusov believed that only the interaction of art and science is capable of manifesting modern culture, and the true function of art, the expansion of cognition, is achieved through scientific poetry; in other words, the convergence of these two fields forms an analogical relationship. The paper argues that The Earth develops a new cognitive methodology of scientific poetry that, while based on realistic concepts, also maintains an alternative perspective from reality.
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This paper describes that Bryusov’s The Earth is a representative work of scientific poetry, and as such, any analysis or interpretation of this work must also adhere to the rules of scientific poetry. Bryusov believed that only the interaction of art and science is capable of manifesting modern culture, and the true function of art, the expansion of cognition, is achieved through scientific poetry; in other words, the convergence of these two fields forms an analogical relationship. The paper argues that The Earth develops a new cognitive methodology of scientific poetry that, while based on realistic concepts, also maintains an alternative perspective from reality.

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