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Analysis of the Haiku structure

sable de plage
les vestiges d’un château
au fond de mes poches


Marie Derley, Belgique
cco 2016-06-2

Commentaire.

Le sable est envahissant. Il est un marqueur souvent utilisé pour les souvenirs de vacances. En fait, il matérialise le fait qu'un détail (grains) suffit à faire revivre une situation. Une des techniques essentielles du haïku.

Keywords

sand memories pocket sand_castle

Structure of this haiku.

Schema and motifs :

Schéma : sss029 Something reminds us of the Past.
  Motif : mmm013 - Something remains.

Schéma : sss029 Something reminds us of the Past.
  Motif : mmm089 - Something in the pocket recalls a situation.

Used techniques :


* mémoire - Memory active element.
The driving force behind this type of haiku seems to be a memory that reappears.

Effects: liavec - Binding to the reader's experience.


At the level: 1-surf - Surface level
Discourse, surface structures, content, subject, style.

Description level: 3-aut - Author's role


* archetype - Active archetypes.
Active presence of archetypes that have determined relationships between images. Archetypes are structures that have aggregated semes (meanings) and are patterns inherited from the collective unconscious. These are the models that we use to organize our perception of the World.

e.g. Night, Fire, Death, Fall, Frontier...

Night: gloomy, dark, cold, threatening (lack of visibility of potential dangers), dangerous (legacy of ancient times), loss of Light, linked to the Unconscious through dreams and nightmares, silent world, mysterious, unknown, populated by fantastical beings.

Effects: liainc - Binding to the Unconscious


At the level: 2-prof - Deep level
Deep and non explicit structures, active objects of the unconscious.

Description level: 6-inf - Active infrastructure (archetypes, dialectics)

Archetypes and dialectics

* A_Indice - The clue, the sign, the revealing detail.

Quelque chose, un détail, nous révèle une chose cachée ou invisible.

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