OBJECTIVE-INTELLECTUAL STYLE IN ATTILA JÓZSEF'S POETRY
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The introductory part of the paper deals with the definition of objective-intellectual style as a trend of the first half of the twentieth century, describing its characteristics, its sources, as well as the way its two components, objectivity and intellectuality, are combined. The second part of the paper analyses the later phase of Attila József's poetry from the above points of view: in terms of what constructional and linguistic-stylistic devices help him express a settled world of ideas and 'ars poetica'.
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