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Pohyby, rytmy a klid

Subjectivity in the rhythm of the lyrical image manifests itself in two different, yet parallel, rhythmspaces. The space of the linear rhythm of the lyrical image, which is formed by the movement ofperception is more passive, more sensuously objectivized than the value-positive (upward andoutward) and value-negative (downward and inward) orientation (in the metaphors of the iamband trochee). The s…