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Chapter 5 , the second to focus on ' Guitars and Song ' , explores song performances and contexts : their aesthetics , poetic language , creative processes , and some of the multilayered and intertextual meanings their texts afford .

Author: Henry Stobart

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 0754604896

Category: Music

Page: 336

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Music and the Poetics of Production in the Bolivian Andes is a musical ethnography of a Quechua speaking community of northern Potosí, in the Bolivian Andes. Through rich and evocative ethnography, the book delves into the powerful meanings ascribed to sound; charts unfamiliar aesthetic territories; suggests how modernity can contribute to indigeneity; and reveals remarkable musical perspectives on llama husbandry and potato cultivation. As we follow the lives, shifting fortunes and musical year of this, in many ways, fragile community, a seasonally shifting array of musical instruments, genres, dances and tunings are introduced. The book is accompanied by an audio CD, photographs, musical transcriptions and explanatory diagrams.
2006 By Henry Stobart

Translated from the Greek into English ( Dodsley & Richardson & Urquhart , London 1775 ) . tr . of extracts ) 1788 PYE , H.J. , The Poetic of Aristotle , Translated from the Greek , with notes ( London 1788 ) . Reviews in MR ( Febr .

Author: Omert J. Schrier

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004111328

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 350

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This bibliography registers all editions, translations and studies bearing on Aristotle's "Poetics" and the "Tractatus Coislinianus," a treatise partly based on "Poetics II." Among the indices, those on passages and subjects should be particularly useful. Most Greek has been transliterated.

We know what's out there only from the animal's face; for we take even the youngest child, turn him around and force him to look at the past as formation [Gestaltung] ... rilke's words not only express the poetic capacity always-already ...

Author: Professor Michael Hviid Jacobsen

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 9781409469971

Category: Social Science

Page: 332

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The Poetics of Crime provides an invitation to reconsider and reimagine how criminological knowledge may be creatively and poetically constructed, obtained, corroborated and applied. Departing from the conventional understanding of criminology as a discipline concerned with refined statistical analyses, survey methods and quantitative measurements, this book shows that criminology can - and indeed should - move beyond such confines to seek sources of insight, information and knowledge in the unexplored corners of poetically and creatively inspired approaches and methodologies. With chapters illustrating the ways in which criminologists and other researchers or practitioners working on crime-related questions can find inspiration in a variety of unconventional materials, writing styles and analytical strategies, The Poetics of Crime offers studies of police photography, classic and contemporary literature, silver screen movies, performative dance enactments and media images. As such, this volume opens up the field of criminological research to alternative and novel sources of knowledge about crime, its perpetrators and victims, authorities, motives and justice. It will therefore appeal not only to sociologists, social theorists and criminologists, but to scholars across disciplines with interests in crime, deviance and innovative approaches to social research.

15 Perhaps this is an expression of the largest sense of the poetics of childhood, the imaginative construct with which Frye connects the dreamer and the child: “the dreamer whose space is inside his mind ... [is like] the child who is ...

Author: Roni Natov

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135721770

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 304

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First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
2014-06-03 By Roni Natov

In sounding out Plato's texts, we have striven to render audible the poetics of philosophy, that which stands out and which is timeless. Philosophy's poetry is the ever present music preserving in its dark, still flowing, ...

Author: David Ross

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781443802604

Category: Philosophy

Page: 405

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The Poetics of Philosophy is my attempt to hear what academic philosophy attempts to silence, namely, how reason resonates with madness. It is thus a stinging of the great steed of academia in order to recover and re-experience what otherwise would be repressed by the exigencies of bureaucratic-commodity life in the late capitalist world. An analysis of Plato’s principal dialogues with a view towards developing the author’s conception of thinking, knowing, and loving, it incorporates the insights of Heidegger, Nietzsche, and Derrida. Provoking the world mind to reflect upon its phenomenological possibility for Being dispersed within its daily routines or business, the book argues for the metaphysicality of physical reality articulated through the narrative trope of fractal dialectical logic. The present volume’s more general implications extend the insights of the author’s previous work in the area of social science. I refer to the possibility for world communist revolution, which is predicated on communism’s thorough ridding itself of its naïve materialist perspective, the relics of a Newtonian Universe, and its embracing of a fractal-dialectical logic (or similar) that is better able to incorporate the yearning for immortality, desire to experience beauty, and the need to have a meaningful life that define human species life. To articulate such a framework is the aim of my general research.
2008-12-18 By David Ross

... with " es tönet das Blatt " as the music of the poetic word , over Sieburth's reading : " The rustle of leaf and then the sway of oaks / Beside glaciers " ( 117 ) . 27. GSA 2 , 1,91 . 28. These strophes are of the third version of ...

Author: Adrian Del Caro

Publisher: Wayne State University Press

ISBN: 0814323219

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 145

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Here is a comprehensive introduction for the English reader to the poetry of Friedrich Hölderlin. The poet is studied in the context of the romantic age, but as one who imparted depth to the movement and influenced the critical debates of the 20th century. Adrian Del Caro presents as detailed, readable discussion of Hölderlin's major poems that clarifies, but does not lose sight of, the powerful formulations that animate Hölderlinian spirit. Hölderlin's specific effort in the determination of the direction of modern man had to do with the relationship of poetry to being. Del Caro draws on the contributions of Nietzsche and Heidegger within the theoretical framework of the question of being. Hölderlin, "the poet of poets," is presented at work and in his works as the instrument of conviviality binding mortal to mortal and mortal to divine.
1991 By Adrian Del Caro

Finally, the chapter compares the notions of space in the poetics of Charles Simic with those of the American poet Charles Olson. It explores how the appearance of the poem in the space of the page impacts the expectations of what might ...

Author: Donovan McAbee

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000038989

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 134

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Charles Simic and the Poetics of Uncertainty provides the first full account of the poetics of the former US Poet Laureate, who is one of the most popular and critically acclaimed English-language poets writing today. The book argues for uncertainty as the center of Simic’s poetics and addresses the ways that his poetry grows from and navigates various forms of uncertainty. Donovan McAbee addresses uncertainty regarding the national character of Simic’s poetry and how this is complicated by Simic’s identity as a Yugoslavian refugee to the United States. The book assesses the theological and linguistic uncertainties of Simic’s poetry and explores the ways that Simic articulates the aesthetic space created by poems, as a safe place of encounter for the reader. The book argues for the role of humor as a primary mode that holds together the uncertainties of Simic’s poetry, and finally, it articulates the way that within these uncertainties, Simic develops a deeply humane political poetry of survival. Along the way, Simic’s work is placed in conversation with key influences and other important American and international poets and writers, including James Tate, Mark Strand, Charles Wright, Nicanor Parra, Vasko Popa, and others.
2020-02-06 By Donovan McAbee

Thus , the author of The French Lieutenant's Woman is constructed through the different interpretations of textual elements , the interpretations that are derived from fictional , poetic , or documentary texts that demonstrate in one ...

Author: Mahmoud Salami

Publisher: Associated University Presse

ISBN: 083863446X

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 302

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This book presents a deconstructive reading of the novels and short stories of John Fowles. As a contemporary novelist, Fowles began as a modernist self-consciously aware of the various narratological problems that he encountered throughout his writings. In his most recent novel, A Maggot, however, he assumes the role of the postmodernist who not only subverts the tradition of narratology, but also poses a series of problems concerning history and politics. Throughout this study, Mahmoud Salami attempts to locate Fowles's fiction in the context of modern critical theory and narrative poetics. He provides a lively analysis of the ways in which Fowles deliberately deployed realistic historical narrative in order to subvert them from within the very conventions they seek to transgress, and he examines these subversive techniques and the challenges they pose to the tradition of narratology. Salami presents, for instance, a critique of the self-conscious narrative of the diary form in The Collector, the intertextual relations of the multiplicity of voices, the problems of subjectivity, the reader's position, the politics of seduction, ideology, and history in The Magus and The French Lieutenant's Woman. The book also analyzes the ways in which Fowles uses and abuses the short-story genre, in which enigmas remain enigmatic and the author disappears to leave the characters free to construct their own texts. Salami centers, for example, on A Maggot, which embodies the postmodernist technique of dialogical narrative, the problem of narrativization of history, and the explicitly political critique of both past and present in terms of social and religious dissent. These political questions are also echoed in Fowles's nonfictional book The Aristos, in which he strongly rejects the totalization of narratives and the materialization of society. Indeed, Fowles emerges as a postmodernist novelist committed to the underprivileged, to social democracy, and to literary pluralism. This study clearly illustrates the fact that Fowles is a poststructuralist--let alone a postmodernist--in many ways: in his treatment of narratives, in mixing history with narrative fiction and philosophy, and in his appeal for freedom and for social and literary pluralism. It significantly contributes to a better understanding of Fowles's problematical narratives, which can only be properly understood if treated within the fields of modern critical theory, narratology, and the poetics of postmodernism.
1992 By Mahmoud Salami

It is not possible to translate a discovery of the world into an explicit poetics without betraying the basic necessity that has guided the explorer. At bottom, the problem derives from an unyielding presumption that the artist, ...

Author: Franco Ferrucci

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015008226444

Category: Epic poetry, Greek

Page: 178

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1980 By Franco Ferrucci

THE POETICS OF DROWNING: READINGS IN THE POETRY OF HOLDERLIN, WORDSWORTH, SHELLEY, MALLARME , AND STEVENS by Nancy Dena Goldfarb A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy ...

Author: Nancy Dena Goldfarb

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ISBN: UOM:39015032945050

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