unverbalised


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Volgens Snyman (2003: 398) dra hierdie ooreenkomste (soos tussen Heitsi-Eibib en Jesus) by tot die relativering van die Christendom as godsdiens: "If there are familiarities between a culture and what one finds in the Bible, it rather tells that Christianity is not as unique after all [...] Religion is not simply theology or history, but it harbours unverbalised and unconscious meaning which can be brought to the fore when other cultural systems came into play".
Acquisto sees music as poetry's agent for self-discovery and thence for change; a change in favour of music's instant but unverbalised effet, its wide, performative sway over its audiences, and its (Wagnerian) ability to integrate with other arts.