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Citation: Rong LI. Roland Barthes and the Language Practice of “the Third Generation Poetry”[J]. Academic Monthly, 2020, 52(10): 130-140. shu

Roland Barthes and the Language Practice of “the Third Generation Poetry”

  • In the academic description of the relationship between “the third generation poetry” and Western thought, Roland Barth is a symbolic reference. Although Roland Barthes’s “Zero Writing” has inspired the beginning of “the third generation poetry”, on the whole, the reference of “the third generation poetry” to Roland Barthes is limited. From the perspective of parallel research, we can see that there are some similarities and differences between “the third generation poetry” and Roland Barthes in language opinion and practice. “The third generation poetry” borrows from Roland Barthes’s “Zero Writing” in order to rebel rather than to create a new way of language. Along with the development of “the third generation poetry”, “the pleasure of text” as a way of language in “the third generation poetry” to get the full practice, however, with the concept of Roland barthes’s emphasis on body hedonism, “the third generation poetry” enjoy language creation and happy at the same time, also is full of confusion and anxiety. After stepping out of the closed language of structuralism, contemporary poets call for the body with subjectivity.
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        Roland Barthes and the Language Practice of “the Third Generation Poetry”

        Abstract: In the academic description of the relationship between “the third generation poetry” and Western thought, Roland Barth is a symbolic reference. Although Roland Barthes’s “Zero Writing” has inspired the beginning of “the third generation poetry”, on the whole, the reference of “the third generation poetry” to Roland Barthes is limited. From the perspective of parallel research, we can see that there are some similarities and differences between “the third generation poetry” and Roland Barthes in language opinion and practice. “The third generation poetry” borrows from Roland Barthes’s “Zero Writing” in order to rebel rather than to create a new way of language. Along with the development of “the third generation poetry”, “the pleasure of text” as a way of language in “the third generation poetry” to get the full practice, however, with the concept of Roland barthes’s emphasis on body hedonism, “the third generation poetry” enjoy language creation and happy at the same time, also is full of confusion and anxiety. After stepping out of the closed language of structuralism, contemporary poets call for the body with subjectivity.

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