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Apostate, sing this world forth: Avant-mythopoetic encounters with doubt, chaos, and community
Apostate, Sing This World Forth: Avant-Mythopoetic Encounters with Doubt, Chaos, and Community uses concepts from chaos theory to articulate connections between innovative poetics and the ancient activity of mythmaking. ...
Catalysis: Experimental poetry and the sciences
Catalysis: Experimental Poetry and the Sciences examines how twentieth-century American poets engage with the physical world and the scientific ideas used to explore, describe, and explain it. The investigative practices ...
The field of possibilities: A semiotic conception of the structure of avant-garde poetry
This study is a semiotic attempt to suppose a model structure of avant-garde poetry, which is often thought to be untotalizable and hence non-structural. The introductory chapter explains avant-garde poetry to be non-mimetic ...
The logic of earth: Nineteenth-century precursors to the poetics of Robert Duncan
"The Logic of Earth: Nineteenth-Century Precursors to the Poetics of Robert Duncan" bridges both disciplines and centuries, focusing on the conceptual framework of Darwin's theory of evolution and its influence on the work ...
"No wish to read further": On conversion and the event in poetry
In this paper, I work through the Christian canon of conversion narratives to expose their discursive concerns related to the radicality of their conversion events. I then discuss the inherent problem with attempting to ...