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|Title:||Odbrana poezije Filipa Sidnija kroz tvrdnju da književnost nikada ne laže|
|Journal:||Lipar, Journal for Literature, Language, Art and Culture|
|Abstract:||/ The distinguished style of Philip Sidney’s sentences in his essay “An Apology of Poetry” was achieved by the means of alliteration, emphasis an atypical word order which inevitably draws the reader’s attention and attributes to positive reception of the hypotheses which were put forth in the essay. Moreover, Sidney logically introduced the arguments, which resulted in the exceptional coherence of the essay’s structure. However, the crux of his “An Apology of Poetry” as well as the pinnacle of his theoretical thought appears to be Sydney’s effort to defend the poetry from the claim that it is “the mother of all lies”. The paper attempts to offer an interpretation of Geoffrey Chaucer’s opus, the emphasis being on The Canterbury Tales, through the aforementioned Sidney’s understanding of poetry.|
|Appears in Collections:||The Faculty of Philology and Arts, Kragujevac (FILUM)|
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