«Hölderlin даст объяснение»: поэтическая мысль Фридриха Гёльдерлина и ее рецепция Борисом Поплавским
The article focuses on two notions which are present in Boris Poplavsky’s latest oeuvre, namely the “Paradise and Kingdom of friends” and the “Republic of the Sun”. These are linked to Friedrich Hölderlin’s poetic philosophy which solicited vivid interest among German and French poets of 910-1930. It is assumed that the semantic aura of the image of the flag, one of the most frequent in Poplavsky, might have been formed in “dialogue” with Hölderlin’s key poem «Hälfte des Lebens». Besides, the poem «Quietly the city rustles», which holds a special position in his posthumous collection «Snowy Hour» (1936), seems to be an imitation of the first stanza of Hölderlin’s famous elegy «Brot und Wein».