By Winfred P. Lehmann
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The influence from the English nursery rhymes, which the author Mallarmé actually translated, is suspected, as is discussed in the fourth section of this chapter. Mallarmé’s career as a poet is superimposed on his career as a teacher and a father. At the end of the encyclopedic poem, which is paradoxically entitled “Prose,” a willful but anonymous child appears. The new-born child called “Anastase” is ascribed by Brunel to Anatole, the dead son of Mallarmé and the hero of his “Tombeau d’Anatole” (96).
Bronk’s poems are also abstract, but his speaker tends to enquire the significance of his described world. In his poem entitled “The Abjuration Avowed,” the final line manifests the poet’s intention to conclude the text by echoing the evaluative terms, “No” and “true”: “No; I don’t believe. ” Generally, the beginning of a literary work imposingly directs the reader’s subsequent interpretation. ” Moreover, the speaker/poet ascetically continues to reflect on his poetics by leaving the poems’ titles generic.
Allegory is a source for abstraction as the scrambling of identities. In the Mallarmean poem, each word is self-assertive since its words are aligned in an oxymoronic combination in the 14-line sonnet’s restricted framework that prevents exegeses. The self-assertiveness underlies the poem’s allegorization and abstraction. The initial phrase of Sonnet 1 of “Plusieurs Sonnets,” “Quand l’ombre menaça de la fatale loi,” embodies an open gate to the uncanny world of Mallarmé’s late poetry with the unexpected connection of the inanimate shadow to the personified act of menacing, along with absolute legality.
A Gothic Etymological Dictionary by Winfred P. Lehmann