Chun Jiin . Thing in the Phenomenological Reception of V.V. Mayakovsky (“Flute of the Spine”)
This article explores the inner and artistic meaning of a matter detail in the Mayakovsky’s Poem «Flute of the Spine». The world of matter not only represents the empirical aspect of existence but also informs about the poetic motif of the speaker. The object conveys the meaning of the existentialist gist in the Poem and matches the existential level in the perception of futurists. The aesthetics of futurists is expressed by words expressing things. The details of the material in Mayakovsky poetry is the best means to represent the state of being in the artistic experience rather than the direct description of the impatience shown in classical poetry. Through the object, we reveal the relationship between the creator and the creature. Attention is attracted to the lyrical reflexion of things in the context of M. Heidegger’s ideas.