Noun(1) study of poetic works
(1) 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 .(2) I found myself inspired by Morton's arguments to reconsider ways I teach and write about not only the Romantic texts Morton analyzes, but also poetics and literary theory overall.(3) With his new works, the artist further reveals himself to be an expert in the poetics of systems theory.(4) Innovative poetries are characterised by the presence of poetics which means that poetics - rightly or wrongly - comes to be seen as the only way of writing about poetry.(5) And Duncan carried on intense discussions with himself about poetics and the literary life as the selections from notebooks 1954 and 1955 confirm.(6) With no room for metaphor and no place for pagan poetics , Protestant discourse was undermining both a symbolic and a social status quo.(7) To discuss poetics in this period means also to discuss rhetoric.(8) 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.(9) 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.(10) Although supportive, he frequently challenged Bronk's poetry and poetics .(11) 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.(12) The latter seems especially important given that many women have felt even more excluded from poetics than from poetry itself.(13) Although it is possible to read his poems without needing specialized jargon or poetics , his writing is full of erudition and learning.(14) From a poetic scholarship to a scholarly poetics , we must move on to Duncan's ‘Dante Etudes.’(15) 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.(16) 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 .
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