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Associate Editor Pomocnik urednika: Editorial Board – Members Uredniski odbor- clani: Sonja Basic ZagrebHenry R. The review is primarily oriented in promoting scholarly articles on English and American Literature, on other literatures written in English as well as on German and Romance literatures.

The Editorial Board also welcomes scholarly articles in related areas as e. All articles are refereed before being accepted or rejected. The views expressed in articles should in no way be construed as reflecting the views of the publisher. Articles submitted for consideration should be sent in two computed-printed copies double spacedan abstract of no more than 60 words in English together with a diskette.

Articles should be of no more than 5, words, and book-reviews of 1, words. For format and style authors should follow the MLA Handbook fourth ed. Articles and suggestions for exchange journals and books for reviews should be sent to Mirko Jurak, Department of English, Filozofska fakulteta, Askerceva 2, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Das Hauptgebiet seiner wissenschafrtlichen Tatigkeit war die alte deutsche Sprache und Literatur. Dariiber hinaus hatte er grobes Interesse fiir die Geschichte und Entwicklung des deutschsprachigen Theaters in Ljubljana sowie die Besuche von auslandischen Theaterwendertruppen im slowenischen Raum.

Er hat zwei wichtige Abhandlungen zur deutschen Verslehre Stabreim, Nibelungestrophe u. Als selbstandiger Dichter hat er vier Gedichtsammlungen herausgegeben. Er hat zur Ausbildung vieler Germanistengenerationen Slowenien mabgebend beigetragen. Germanistik als wissenschaftliche Disziplin ist in Slowenien genauso alt wie die alteste und Iange Zeit die einzige Universitat des Landes, gegri.

Bereits ein Jahr danach wurde der erste Lehrer fi. Er Iegte den Grundstein zum Institut fiir Germanistik. Dieses wurde anfangs unter dem Namen Germanski seminar “germanisches Seminar” gefi. Die Abteilung umfasste nicht nur die Forschungsgebiete, die international unter dem Begriff Germanistik verstanden werden, sondern auch Anglistik, Amerikanistik und verwandte Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaften.

Im Herbst kam es zu einer Trennung der beiden Hauptdisziplinen der Abteilung, und es gibt nun eine selbsuindige Abteilung Institut fi. In den folgenden Ausfiihrungen wollen wir seinen Lebensweg und seine wissenschaftliche Lautbahn in einer kurzen Darstellung wi.

Nach dem Besuch der Volksschule in Braslovce, besuchte er in Wien das tschechische Gymnasium Komenskeho und legte hier die Matura ab. Seit Februar war er als Hilfsbibliothekar, seit als Bibliothekar in der Universitatsbibliothek in Ljubljana eingesetzt, wo er bis blieb.

Im Herbst wurde er an der erwahnten Abteilung zum Assistenten ernannt. Ein Jahr danach erlangte er mit der Dissertation Nemsko gledalisce v Ljubijani do!

Jana bisveroffentlichtden Doktortitel und habilitierte sich mit den Untersuchungen zur spiitmittelalterichen deutschen Fachprosa Pferdebiicher, Im Jahre wurde er zum Dozenten, zum auberordentlichen und zum ordentlichen Professor fi.

Lange Jahre war er Vorstand des Lehrstuhls fi. Als Hochschullehrer befasste er sich in seinen Vorlesungen vor allem mit der historischen Grammatik, der deutschen Sprachgeschichte und der alt- und mittelhochdeutschen Literatur. Neben den schon erwahnten grundlegenden Untersuchungen auf dem Gebiet des deutschsprachigen Theaters in Ljubljana und der Prosa in Pferdebi.

Eine Ausnahme darin bilden eichter Abhandlugen i. Im groben Ganzen kann man in Ludviks gesamter wissenschaftlicher Tatigkeit vier verschiedene Bereiche entdecken, aus welchen sich die folgende Einordnung ableiten lasst: I Zunachst gibt es hi er seine Schriften, die si eh mit der alteren deutschen Literatur und der deutschen Theatergeschichte befassen.

Neben schon oben erwahnten Dissertation, sind die folgenden Arbeiten herauszustreichen: Die Eggenbergischen Hofkomodianten, worin eine genaue Darstellung eines Zeitabschnittes dieser Theaterwandertruppe vorgenommen wird, die Abhandlung Zur Chronologie und Topographie der 1nnsbrucker Komodianten entdevista, worin besonders die Besuche dieses wandernden Theaters in Ljubljana in den Jahren,tefapeutica, eine gebi.

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Ludviks Beitrage zur deutschen Sprachgeschichte; hierin finden wir Verkntipfungen mit der Entwicklung der slowenischen Sprache, in welchen Ludvik Entreevista zur Losung einger Probleme etymologischer und zeitgeschichtlicher Natur beisteuert z.

Hervorzuheben sind zwei Terapeytica in der Schriftenreihe Literarni leksikon, die die Slowenische Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Ktinste herausgibt. Im ersten Buch Nr. Das zweite Buch Nr. Dusan Ludvik hat sich auch als ein hervorrgander Ubersetzer von Gedichten der prominentesten deutschen Lyriker ins Slowenische profiliert. Hier sind Ubertragungen mittelhochdeutscher Minnegedichte herauszustreichen u.

Der von Kiirenberg und Walther von der Vogelweidevor allem aber sind seine beinahe kongeniale Ubersetzungen eines bedeutenden Teils der Gedichte von Goethe hoch einzuschatzen.

Es darf am Ende nicht unerwahnt bleiben, dass sich Ludvik auch als eigenstandiger Dichter einen ehrenvollen Namen in der slowenischer Literatur gemacht hat. Idchter seine lyrische Produktion nicht sehr umfangreich ist, ist sie dank ausgefeilter poetischer Diktion und auserwahlter Dichtersprache zu einem bedeutenden Bestandteil der modernen slowenischen Literatur geworden.

In seinen Werken, besonders jedoch in der Erinnerung mehrerer entrevosta Germanistengenerationen wird Professor Ludvik auch weiterhin als ein wirkendes Glied der slowenischen Kulturgemeidne gegenwartig sein. His highly accessible poems, penned in common language, fe in a reputation as both a ‘poet of the people’ and a ‘philistine’. But for all its crudeness, Larkin’s mode of writing always showed a keen awareness of the distancing aspects of modernism.

In other words, he was not ignorant of the current political trends of his time, rather he was consciously writing against what he deemed elitist art.

In conclusion, the paper returns to “This Be the Verse” and considers the moral import of Larkin’s ironically acerbic “Get out early as you can, and don’t have any kids yourself’.

They may not mean to, but they do.

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The more prudish among us might throw the verse down in disgust, while Angst-ridden teenagers might embrace the poem as a form of literary protest against mum and pop. This leaves that smaller segment of the population, professional and lay literary critics, to wonder if the poem is not protesting a bit too much in its very directness and crudeness against the previous generation.

Before considering the shockingly pessimistic and crass nature of “This Be The Verse,” in this paper I will offer a few examples of the flavour of Larkin’s poetry and consider him as a poet far removed from any ivory tower.

Furthermore, I will reflect on the possible motivating factors for Larkin’s highly accessible mode of writing, primarily with regard to his aversion to modernism, such as that oft. Eliot, and his own views towards the poet’s responsibility to the reader.

As cited above, the lines introducing “This Be The Verse” sound not only profane but also prosaic – hardly the sort of language we expect from poetry. Yet even the rhyming companions which complete the first verse are hardly virtuosic: Since this reputation is well-documented, perhaps even exaggerated in academic considerations of his works, the following assessment is not untypical: These are not words we traditionally hear about first-rate poets.

However, as we know from the circulation statistics of tabloid newspapers, these terms might be linked directly to Larkin’s popularity. Silliness, being uncultivated, and even philistine, can add to one’s popularity by increasing accessibility and thereby ensure a larger potential reading audience. But this, of course, is only half the story, for it ignores Larkin’s quality as a poet.

True, it might be easy to work with Larkin’s poetry even in classes where English is a second language, but accessibility does not mean mediocrity.

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The quality of Larkin’s poetry as a whole rests less on its lack of difficulty than on its formal excellence and earthy sincerity of content, a sincerity that arises from the personal tone Larkin employs.

In other words, Larkin ‘s oeuvre adheres to the traditional definition of poetry as the genre that expresses personal experiences and feelings in a most musical manner. Poetry is the stepsister of music that presents the emotions of the poet in conjunction with a particular experience or affinity. Most of Lark in’s poetry consists of portraying a concrete personal situation as a source of reflection. For example, the opening line of “Talking in Bed” portrays the intimacy of lying beside a loved one, but simultaneously corrupts that intimacy by expressing the realization that things are not as they should be: The concrete image of imperfect domesticity becomes an emblem of isolation.

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Neither experience is likely to be shared with a loved one. Here the apparent malaise of a general condition, combined with profanity, makes this poem’s opening sound more like graffiti than a rendering of a personal experience. The indicative surety of “They fuck you up[ Parents fail, and that is just the way it is. Even if we assume that this poem springs from a personal experience, say from a horrible childhood, this individual aspect is pushed into the background in favour of universalizing the experience, of stating it as an axiom.

Even if we take the message symbolically, as a pessimistic expression of entropy marching across the generations, this is hardly sound argumentation.

The blatant generalization about every previous generation rings chauvinistically anti-intellectual. Furthermore, if we combine this unphilosophical thinking with the crudeness of diction, and if we assume that crudeness 8.

As we shall see, Larkin would probably not be bothered by this judgement, for unlike the modernists whom he disliked, Larkin was not one wear his intellect on his sleeve. Larkin’s distrust of modernism, such as that represented by T. Eliot, is hardly a secret. It shows forth his selection of poems for the Oxford Book of Twentieth Century English Verse, in personal remarks, as well as in his own poetry. Take any given Ve poem and compare it to one from Eliot, and the contrast will speak loudly.

In terms of form, the simplicity of Larkin’s folksy rhythms will contrast entrevistx with the complicated metres of a “Prufrock. In Larkin’s view, modernism was an “aberration” that entrevitsa all the arts” and was partly responsible for stealing poetry from the “general reader.

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A single comparison will illustrate the contrast between the two. Where Eliot quotes from a range of languages and literatures, Larkin quotes contemporary vulgarity as often as he quotes other but only English!

If this sounds like an extreme variation on William Wordsworth’s call for a poetry using “a selection of language really used by men,” such as outlined in the famous preface to Lyrical Ballads, it also entails writing about what really happens to men in their daily lives.

Larkin’s role as a highlighter of the terspeutica, quoter of the quotidien accompanies him throughout his career. Though this is poetry, the voice of the poet is never far behind the lyrical voice of the poem- that is, one does not have the sense that this speaker is merely a postulated experimental voice. It is the voice of a real man who “deal[s] with farmers, things like dips and feed” “Livings”with the shortcomings of a real man: One could simply relapse back into one’s own life and write from it.

Larkin is personal as can be, but not solipsistic, and his poetry is not hermetic. Even when chronicling personal misery, he never loses sight of the reader. Larkin’s viewpoint on the relationship between the writer and the reader is perhaps best represented in the poem “Fiction and the Reading Public.

The tone is highly ironic, as an apparently apathetic reader nevertheless places demands – like a child throwing a tantrum for dichteg apparent reason- for something even without knowing specifically what that something is.

The diction of the poem makes it clear that the reader is not after eternal bliss, not after some lofty aesthetic perfection, but merely the fleeting pleasure implied by “thrill” and “kick. As terapeutiac poem marches along towards its laconic conclusion, which contradicts any romantic cult of genius surrounding the artist, we see what themes propel the poem.

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