Uvarova L.Y. Ingeborg Bachmann. The Magic of a Word, Poetry and Philosophy
The article deals with the work of Ingeborga Bachmann, an Austrian writer, poet, whose poetic talent has not lost its attractive power for more than half a century, conquers readers with the non-triviality of her worldview, the sophistication and versatility of metaphorical images, the uniqueness of her personal intonations. An attempt was made to touch the mystery of unsolved talent, paying tribute to the enormous courage of this woman, the poet who expressed the disappointment and hopes of her contemporaries, who was able to sympathize and love in spite of everything, overcoming her own pain and despair.
German literature, poetry in Germany after World War II, poeticization of “low” truths, metaphorical richness, language boundaries, mysticism of silence, antithesis, oxymoron, two-term metaphors, utopia of language