Jono Strielkūno žemė

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Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Jono Strielkūno žemė
Alternative Title:
Poet Jonas Strielkūnas
In the Journal:
Žiemgala. 2016, Nr. 1, p. 5-9
Keywords:
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Vabalninkas; Vilnius. Vilniaus kraštas (Vilnius region); Lietuva (Lithuania); Literatūros teorija ir kritika / Literary science and criticism; Poezija / Poetry.
Summary / Abstract:

LTŠiame straipsnyje siekiama aprėpti visą Jono Strielkūno (1939–2010) poeziją vienu aspektu – kaip atsiskleidžia ir kokias poetines reikšmes įgauna gimtinės, tėvynės vaizdiniai, kas poetui yra ta reikšminė tikrovė. Gilinamasi į poetinį kraštovaizdį, kurio esminiais sandais tampa gimtojo kaimo, vaikystės, jaunystės miestelio ir brandaus žmogaus gyvenamo miesto ženklai. Poetas savo vietą atkleidžia egzistenciškai: kaip žmogui duotą tikrovę, kuris jos dramatiškai yra veikiamas. Liūdesio, skausmo, nevilties intonacijos išduoda namų praradimo gėlą, kuri būdinga bene visai išėjusiųjų kartai. [Iš leidinio]Reikšminiai žodžiai: Egzistencinė patirtis; Gimtinė; Gimtinė, poezija, literatūrinė topografija, poetinis kraštovaizdis, egzistencinė patirtis; Literatūrinė topografija; Poetinis kraštovaizdis; Poezija; Existential experience; Landscape; Literary topography; Native land; Native land, poetry, literary topography, poetic landscape, existential experience; Poetic; Poetry.

ENIn his poetry collection “Lyrics” Jonas Strielkūnas wanted to describe three important places: his native village of Putauskai, the town of Vabalninkas during his school years and the city of Vilnius. It is important to the poet to convey the spirit of the place: how a specific space can be experienced, what marks it leaves in the memory and what is taken from each place. In his poems Strielkūnas emphasizes the ties with his family, parents and ancestors, and also describes the life of people in rural places. The town of Vabalninkas emerges as a space of personal experiences: he remembers particular streets, the Assumption Day in the town and the people living there; this he tries to retain in his poetry. Although the poet takes to heart the erosion of memory, he is also glad of this mosaic of memories of the older generation. The city of Vilnius is shown through historical visions; the poet tries to feel deeply the experience of previous generations. In his poetry, Jonas Strielkūnas aims to cover not only specific places of his life, but the whole of Lithuania: it is his land, which gives life, both physical and spiritual. At the same time he worries about the fate of his homeland and is very sad because of its spiritual erosion of culture. [From the publication]

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2018-12-17 14:12:20
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