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Comentariu Literar La Poezia Craiasa Din Povesti De Mihai Eminescul


How to Analyze the Poem Craiasa Din Povesti by Mihai Eminescu: A Literary Commentary




Mihai Eminescu (1850-1889) is the Immortal Poet who was born on the Romanian land, whose star of creation shines through the ages. He is considered the greatest and most influential Romanian poet, who wrote in both Romanian and German languages. One of the important themes of his lyrical poetry is nature and love, the first being the fairy-tale and enchanted space where the awaited moment of love is projected. Thus, in poems such as: "The Lake", "Desire", "Evening on the Hill", "Blue Flower" and others, the landscape is full of color and freshness, reflecting the joy and fullness of the erotic impulse. In the same theme falls the poem "Craiasa Din Povesti" (The Fairy Queen of Stories), published on September 1, 1876, in the magazine "Literary Conversations". The title is a reference to the world of fairy tales, naming the diaphanous creature embodied from the moonbeams, in the dream of a summer night.




Comentariu Literar La Poezia Craiasa Din Povesti De Mihai Eminescul


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Structure and Genre




The poem "Craiasa Din Povesti", by M. Eminescu belongs to the lyrical genre: although the author does not express here, directly, certain feelings, the fairy-tale picture depicted is the result of his imagination, fiction in which the poet is the one who contemplates the whole ritual performed by the young lover. The poem "Craiasa Din Povesti" consists of 7 quatrains. Within them, a typical Eminescian frame is constituted in which nature, fairy tale and the image of the beloved converge to form a fairy-tale world, full of charm. The picture of nature is dominated by two of the specific Eminescian elements: the moon and the lake. Impressive is however the atmosphere of mystery that envelops everything, so that the mists, the plain, the flowers, the clouds and the waves seem to be endowed with a magical existence. The seven stanzas contain two sequences that correspond to two poetic spaces: Stanza I constitutes a beautiful description of the outer space - the fairy-tale frame of a summer night. This is the real world. Stanzas II-VII present the inner space - equivalent to dreaming born from moonbeams. This is the imaginary world, of fairy tales.


Universe and Imagery




Stanza I opens with a contrasting visual image belonging to the cosmic plane: "White mists, shining / The silver moon is born". Within it, adjectival epithets ("white, shining", "silver") give mother-of-pearl flashes to


the nocturnal frame, charging it with magical powers. Also in stanza I there are elements of


the terrestrial plane (waters, plain), over which silver light pours changing


the real landscape into one of dreams.


The inner space, of


the imaginary world is constituted starting with stanza II. In


the unreal light, flowers (personified, having human qualities), gather "in


sewing circle ", to adorn night in a sumptuous transparent robe,


adorned with gems of dew (metaphor "large beads of precious stone"). In


the center of


the picture is


the lake , above which clouds (personified) "Have woven a fine shadow" with iridescent light. Surprised in a gentle and continuous movement of waves,


the lake is a magical space ("For long ago


the lake was enchanted By a word from Saint Wednesday") belonging to


fairy tale . Thus it explains


the imaginary appearance of "the girl", embodied creature among reeds,


like a fairy of


the lake .


The girl is


the central figure of


the poem , embodying ideal beauty and love. She has an angelic appearance,


suggested by epithets such as "white", "pure", "sweet". She also has a mysterious aura,


given by expressions such as "fairy queen", "enchanted creature", "dream". She seems to be part


of nature , as she wears flowers in her hair and on her chest. She also seems to be part


of fairy tale , as she emerges from moonlight and mist. She performs a ritual of love,


consisting of looking at herself in


the mirror of


the lake , waiting for her beloved or invoking him with sighs.


The poet uses various artistic images to create a fairy-tale atmosphere and to express his admiration for


the girl . He uses visual images , such as epithets ("white mists", "silver moon", "fine shadow"), metaphors ("night's robe", "large beads of precious stone"), comparisons ("like pearls on fire"). He also uses auditory images , such as alliterations ("luna lina lumineaza", "crai de luna"), onomatopoeias ("susura apa"). He also uses dynamic images , such as personifications ("mists are born", "flowers gather", "clouds have woven"), hyperboles ("enchanted by long ago").


Conclusion




The poem "Craiasa Din Povesti" by Mihai Eminescu is a lyrical masterpiece that combines nature and love in a fairy-tale vision. The poet creates a contrast between


the real world and


the imaginary world , between


the outer space and


the inner space , between


the cosmic plane and


the terrestrial plane . He uses various artistic images to convey his feelings and impressions about


the girl , who represents his ideal of beauty and love. The poem is an example of Eminescu's poetic genius and originality.


The poem "Craiasa Din Povesti" by Mihai Eminescu is a lyrical masterpiece that combines nature and love in a fairy-tale vision. The poet creates a contrast between


the real world and


the imaginary world , between


the outer space and


the inner space , between


the cosmic plane and


the terrestrial plane . He uses various artistic images to convey his feelings and impressions about


the girl , who represents his ideal of beauty and love. The poem is an example of Eminescu's poetic genius and originality.


Conclusion




In conclusion, the poem "Craiasa Din Povesti" by Mihai Eminescu is a beautiful and enchanting expression of the poet's imagination and emotion. He creates a fairy-tale world where nature and love are harmoniously intertwined, and where the girl is the fairy queen of stories. The poem is a tribute to the Romanian culture and language, as well as to the universal values of beauty and love. d282676c82


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