Analisis Psikologi Sastra Puisi Bencana, Petaka, dan Karunia Karya Tri Budhi Sastrio

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The view of this mimetic approach is the assumption that poetry is an imitation of nature or a depiction of the world and human life in this universe. The target studied is the extent to which poetry represents the real world or the sernesta and the possibility of intellectuality with other works. The relationship between reality and fiction in literature is a dialectical or ladder relationship. Mimesis is impossible without creation, but creation is impossible without mimesis. The dose and the relationship between the two can differ according to culture, according to the type of literature, era. author's personality, etc. But. one without the other is impossible. And, the final note that the fusion of creation and mimesis is not only true and true for literary writers. No less important for readers. He must also be aware that welcoming literary works requires him to combine mimetic activities with their creatives.

Giving meaning to a literary work means a never-ending journey back and forth between the two realities and the imaginary world. Literary works are released and the reality loses something essential, namely the involvement of readers in human existence. Literary readers who lose the power of imagination eliminate something that is no less essential for humans, namely an alternative to existing existence with all its shortcomings. Or more simply. Thanks to art, literature in particular, humans can live in a mix of reality and dreams, both of which are essential to us as humans.

Keywords: mimetics, literary works, poetry, literary imagination.

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