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Index – Science – School TV: Myths and Autobiographical Myth in Indri Ade’s Poetry

While Tamás Szecsődi dealt with short stories in his broadcasts prior to the school year, he has now produced lyrical works. Although the second task of the written high school diploma is poetry analysis, before that, the Hungarian language of the Szent István Grammar School was taught this time through an oral movement based on oral analysis based on lyrical works and poems.

Among the authors who are inevitable at mid-level graduation, such as Sándor Petőfi, János Arany, Endre Ady, Mihály Babits, Dezs Kosztolányi, Attila József, Mr. Szecsődi made the Ady move.

Contrasting with Superhumans: Myth and Autobiography in the Poetry of Indri Ade

According to the teacher, if the piece is based on the author’s work, the student is lucky to start the answer by saying a few sentences about the author himself. Hence the theory itself, built by Professor Szecsődi on the analysis of three poems in this case, can be referred to.

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He was the first to consider the common basic content of the poems, which in the case of the above works is nothing more than the lyrical self opposing a supernatural character. He then examined whether these characters fit into some kind of tradition and how independent and original they are. It is also important what it means for the author to compose myths, and it is worth examining the structural structure of the poems, which is similar to the selected works. It is not possible to neglect who speaks in the verses and what to do in the meantime. He also explained what self-reducing means in his works, and mentioned other cases in the author’s poetry. At the end of the movement, he spoke about the modernity of Indri Ade’s poetry, including individual allegorical works as well as topus-like poetic imagery.

In the next section, Professor Szecsődi will deal with comparative analysis, during which he will compare two specific texts. Stay with us on Sunday, when we tackle math with Zoltan Judor.