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   Study of the underlying structures of the haiku.

Exploration of the mechanisms, constructions and active structures of the haiku.

Formal Level.

1-pres : Formal representation.

L1 - One line haiku. Examples
  Effect: Decoding the structure.
Affects the time required to understand the speech by the time required to decode the structure. Groups the elements by physical and temporal caesuras.

L2 - Two lines haiku. Examples
  Effect: Decoding the structure.
Affects the time required to understand the speech by the time required to decode the structure. Groups the elements by physical and temporal caesuras.

S1 - Folded sentence. Examples
  Effect: Decoding the structure.
Affects the time required to understand the speech by the time required to decode the structure. Groups the elements by physical and temporal caesuras.

dispo - Layout. Examples
  Effect: Decoding the structure.
Affects the time required to understand the speech by the time required to decode the structure. Groups the elements by physical and temporal caesuras.

Surface Level.

2-strs : Organization of the discourse, surface structures.

detail - A detail is the key element of the haiku. Examples
  Effect: Reworking at the end.

ellipse - Ellipsis. Examples
  Effect: Reworking at the end.

surprise - Unexpected element. Examples
  Effect: Reworking at the end.

opp-sim - Opposition-similarity. Examples
  Effect: Binding with dynamics effects

gout - Use of taste instead of weather to create an atmosphere. Examples
  Effect: Binding with sensorial feelings.

partie - Active small part for the whole. Examples
  Effect: Binding with dynamics effects

plus - Enhanced reality. Examples
  Effect: Binding with dynamics effects

glissement - Shift from one meaning to another. Examples
  Effect: Reworking at the end.

soudain - Sudden modification. Examples
  Effect: Binding with dynamics effects

fin - Final element gives the clue. Examples
  Effect: Reworking at the end.

opposition - Images in opposition. Examples
  Effect: Binding with dynamics effects

T2 - Stalling in L2. Examples
  Effect: Binding with dynamics effects

progression - Advance. Examples
  Effect: Reworking at the end.

S21 - Caesura between L2 and L3. Examples
  Effect: Binding with dynamics effects

T3 - Stalling at the beginning of L3. Examples
  Effect: Binding with dynamics effects

dislocation - Dislocation. Examples
  Effect: Reworking at the end.

S3 - Three elements haiku. Examples
  Effect: Reworking at the end.

C2 - Caesura in L2. Examples
  Effect: Binding with dynamics effects

zoom - Zoom of the discourse. Examples
  Effect: Reworking at the end.

lectures - Multiple readings. Several possible meanings. Examples
  Effect: Reworking at the end.

2-trait : Subject handling.

absence - The main element is not explicit. Examples
  Effect: Reworking at the end.

dur - Harsh subject. Examples
  Effect: Provokes a reaction from the reader.

excl - Exclamation. Examples
  Effect: Provokes a reaction from the reader.

interro - Question Examples
  Effect: Provokes a reaction from the reader.

interj - Interjection. Examples
  Effect: Provokes a reaction from the reader.

son - Active sounds in the text. Examples
  Effect: Binding with sensorial feelings.

cru - Coarse language. Examples
  Effect: Provokes a reaction from the reader.

alliteration - Alliteration. Examples
  Effect: Binding with dynamics effects

conclusion - Explanatory conclusion. Examples
  Effect: Close the haiku at the end.
The author tells the reader everything. At the end of haiku, there is no more room for the imagination.

boucle - Loop in the discourse. Examples
  Effect: Reworking at the end.

début_fin - Beginning and end similar. Examples
  Effect: Reworking at the end.

tanka - Tanka-like haiku. Examples
  Effect: Binding with dynamics effects

pivot - Pivotal element. Examples
  Effect: Binding with dynamics effects

feuilleté - Multilevel discourse, layered haiku. (foliated) Examples
  Effect: Reworking at the end.

2-style : Styles.

poesie - Use of poetical devices. Examples
  Effect: Binding to the reader's experience.

rheto - Rhetorical devices. Examples
  Effect: Provokes a reaction from the reader.

3-aut : Author's role.

auteur - Presence of the author. Examples
  Effect: Binding to the reader's experience.

avis - Opinion given by the author. Examples
  Effect: Binding to the reader's experience.

union - Union between author and subject. Examples
  Effect: Binding to the reader's experience.

mémoire - Memory active element. Examples
  Effect: Binding to the reader's experience.

engagé - Haïku taking a stand. Examples
  Effect: Binding to the reader's experience.

3-suj : Subject, content.

allusion - Allusion to something known by the reader. Examples
  Effect: Resonance in memory.

atmosphere - Atmosphere. Examples
  Effect: Binding with sensorial feelings.

meteo - Meteo used to create an atmosphere. Examples
  Effect: Binding with sensorial feelings.

multisens - Synestesia - Multi-senses perception. Examples
  Effect: Binding with sensorial feelings.

courtmetrage - Short clip. Examples
  Effect: Resonance in memory.

avant - Just before. Examples
  Effect: Reworking at the end.

potentiel - Development potential. Examples
  Effect: Reworking at the end.

invers2 - Inverted haiku meteo. Examples
  Effect: Binding to the reader's experience.

4-motif : Designs, hypotext...

Pour plus de détail sur les motifs >>>.

Deep Level.

5-strp : Deep structure (schemas, patterns, cultural, associations, similarities)

culturel - Use of external cultural reference. Examples
  Effect: Binding to the reader's experience.

association - Associations. Examples
  Effect: Binding with dynamics effects

juxtaposition - Juxtaposition. Examples
  Effect: Binding with dynamics effects

simili - Similitudes. Examples
  Effect: Binding with dynamics effects

xxx - Undefined appeal. Examples
  Effect: Binding to the Unconscious

sabi - Sabi Examples
  Effect: Binding to the Unconscious

wabi - Wabi. Examples
  Effect: Binding to the Unconscious

yugen - Yugen. Examples
  Effect: Binding to the Unconscious

5-vecu : Personal(Experienced, psycho, acquired...)

psycho - Haiku with a psychological background. Examples
  Effect: Binding to the Unconscious

jeu_mots - Puns. Examples
  Effect: Binding with dynamics effects

perso - Personification. Examples
  Effect: Binding to the reader's experience.

6-inf : Active infrastructure (archetypes, dialectics)

archetype - Active archetypes. Examples
  Effect: Binding to the Unconscious


More information about archetypes>>>.
More information about dialectics >>>.

7-semes : Semes

Phenomenologic Level.

8-qual : Qualities

Time.

Just before ...
Suddenly

Quelque chose d'indéfinissable...

Something of indefinable...

Other explorations are will be added soon.
Note : Some of the explanations are still in French.