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|Named Person:||Milan Jesih; Boris A Novak|
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The article deals with the topis of love in the poetry of two contemporary Slovene poets, Milan Jeaih and Boris A. Novak, by examining the connection between their work and the European literary tradition. Literary criticism did not develop a genre definition on the basis of countless poems about love, which would standardize various hostorical views of love and precisely define the content of love poetry. As a point departure for the treatment of the two poets, the first part of the article presents Rougemont's concept of passionate love, derived from the myth of Tristan and Isolde.
- Jesih, Milan, -- 1950-
- Novak, Boris A., -- 1953-
- slovenska knjiženost -- slovenska poezija -- ljubezenska poezija -- literarna tradicija -- mit o Tristanu in Izoldi -- tematologija -- ljubezen
- Slovene literature -- Slovene poetry -- love poetry -- literary tradition -- myth of Tristan and Isolde -- love