Fabiola Kadi: La poésie engagée dans la religion, sa réception et ses relations avec le lecteur contemporain


We often hear the definitions engaging literature, engaging poetry, phrases that make us think deeper about their meaning. The question is:  how can poetry, the art of free speech, the art of released images, and of dreams that float in space, become ‘enslaved’ and put in the service of a particular cause, limited within the framework of time and space? Which are the main themes of engaging poetry? Is religious poetry always engaging? What is the relationship of this poetry with the public, or with its readers? What is its life expectancy? Such questions often arise regarding engaging poetry. With this paper, which is based mainly on the ideas of the French writer Jean-Paul Sartre, in general we have tried to bring a critical approach regarding engaged poetry, and religious engagement especially in poetry
MENON: Journal Of Educational Research, http://www.kosmit.uowm.gr/site/journal (ISSN: 1792-8494)
Full article: ISSUE 2a, 2013 (p. 90-98)