The Dialogical Dimension in Modern Poetic Literature From Bakhtin’s Point of View

Abstract

This study deals with the Russian philosopher and literary critic Mikhail Bakhtin from his point of view of dialogic dimension in modern poetic literature. Philosophers and critics work hard in how to use the dialogical style in contemporary poetic literature for its significance. Bakhtin’s philosophy demonstrated his use of modern literary theory as dialogic style in literary texts, because of his wide experience in the use of literary expressions to analyse the dialogism in modern poetry. Modern literary theories were enlivened in the twentieth century by Bakhtin. This Russian philosopher brought a big change to modern theory in literature through his use of the dialogic characteristics of modern poetry in a high precisely in his literary theory. This study focuses firstly on the dialogic criticism and its theoretical concepts as the dialogic in poetry, and a little bit explanation in novel through Bakhtin’s vision. This connotation appears clearly through the discussion of dialogic and monologic style. Also, it tries to argue the significance of dialogic poetry in contemporary literature. This study tries to show the importance of the direct dialogical style and monologic theory of Bakhtin through his concepts of human science, language meaning, sense, poetical expression. The Dialogical Method is embodied by literary texts, which represent communication among the generations. The purpose of this study is to illustrate the significance of dialogic style in modern poetry through the using of the direct dialogue and monologue in literature according to Bakhtin’s perspective. Keywords: Dialogic poetry, monologue, literary theory, communication, contemporary literature.