In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The scattering of the Beats was both physical and figurative, and it was so highly charged for their poetics as well as their ethics because it represented a fall from a specific point of origin when proximity seemed absolute.
- By the time I got to the Berkeley Poetry Conference in 1965 and saw Ted Berrigan read and bought a mimeo copy of The Sonnets, something like a poetics was well underway.
- They cover logic, ethics, metaphysics, physics, zoology, politics, rhetoric, and poetics.
- Aristotle separated rhetoric from poetics, treating rhetoric as the art of persuasion and poetics as the art of imitation or representation.
- Thus, with the help of decorum as a bridge, architecture could be considered as a language, or at least as a subject that would lend itself to a humanist treatment based on rhetoric and poetics.
- Though this phraseology is mine, knowledge of a similar sort is included in Archie's abstractions about motion, and has its psychical equivalent in his views about poetry and his own poetics.
- But on the other hand, it is a pity that her introduction of the role of rhetoric and poetics is so much dependent on decorum, because it results in a rather limited view of their role.
- A history of twentieth-century American poetry is a history of women making and remaking poetics as a gendered space.
- To discuss poetics in this period means also to discuss rhetoric.
- At the heart of Ivonginus's text, however, is the criticism of artistic performance, and here rhetoric is conjoined to poetics to form a single piece.
- Although supportive, he frequently challenged Bronk's poetry and poetics.
- The new theorists of painting and the literary arts in the 15th and 16th centuries had rhetoric and poetics on their minds, supported by philosophical utterances when they felt the need.
- Postmodernism, emphasizing excesses of signification, generates a thematics and a poetics that is even more highly susceptible than modernism to paranoia, to the portrayal of reading as plot.
- At stake in his poetics is a ‘moral imperative’ that functions as the very basis of his postfascist authorship.
- From a poetic scholarship to a scholarly poetics, we must move on to Duncan's ‘Dante Etudes.’
- Fragments and sequences were important in the process of collaboration, and in learning to shed expectations of solely personal achievement within poetry and poetics.
- I point this out not so much to place Notley in a French, theoretical context (which she rejects), but to give a context for some of the questions I ask her regarding poetry and poetics.
- For loving partners [of either or both sexes] this would be a fecundity of birth and regeneration, but also the production of a new age of thought, art, poetry, and language: the creation of a new poetics.
- He also wrote important works on poetics and rhetorics.
- Cariaga's innovative language-oriented poetry challenges the assumption that avant-garde poetics is the privileged terrain of white heterosexual male poets.
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