EGON BONDY – A FEW COMMENTS ON THE POETICS OF TOTAL REALISM
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The purpose of this article is to interpret the general aspects of Egon Bondy`s method of total realism, which proves to be opposite to the official socialist realism established in Czechoslovakia after 1948. General aspect of total realism is a tension between an inner personal ego of the lyrical subject (Ich) and an outer reality of stalinism (Es). Using the method of total realism Bondy unmasks the horrific nature of stalinism, its poetics makes efforts to be strictly objective about the reality – using no cricital estimation.
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