Poetics Of The Flesh

Author: Mayra Rivera
ISBN: 9780822359876
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She connects conversations about corporeality in theology, political theory, and continental philosophy to show the relationship between the ways ancient Christian thinkers and modern Western philosophers conceive of the "body" and "flesh ...

The Wounded Body

Author: Dennis Patrick Slattery
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791443828
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Spanning a range in Western literature which is remarkable for its depth as well
as breadth, Slattery weaves a text that offers original insights into the poetics of
the flesh. Each reader, I am certain, will find a favorite chapter within this weave,
but every reader will be seduced by the power and beauty of the entire work. For
myself, I was most touched by the chapter on Rousseau. The subtitle alone, "
Autobiography, Body Cleansing, and the Invention of the Paris Sewer System," is
enough ...

Made Flesh

Author: Kimberly Johnson
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812209400
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Poetics: The. Word. Made. Flesh. This is a book about how poems work, and
about how the interpretive demands of sacramental worship inform the
production of poetic texts. If it seems impolite for a book to declare its intentions
so brashly in its first gesture, such insolence has nevertheless been made
necessary by the publication of several critical texts that set out to investigate
what they term the poetics of the post-Reformation period, particularly in
conjunction with a consideration of ...

The Body And The Song

Author: Marilyn May Lombardi
Publisher: SIU Press
ISBN: 9780809318858
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the. Flesh". A. Poetics. of. Translation. During her years in Florida, Bishop tried to
define herself in relation to her friend "Cal" Lowell, who saw in the poete maudit
tradition a way of expressing the grim vision of his generation. Once she found a
home in Brazil, however, the difficulties of acclimatizing to an alien world became
far more pressing than the dangers of indulging in the maudlin. For years Bishop
had concerned herself with how to express isolation and ennui without self- pity,

The Poetics Of Self Consciousness

Author: Jonathan Mayhew
Publisher: Associated University Presse
ISBN: 9780838752562
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Flesh: Logocentrism. in. the. Later. Work. of. José. Angel. Valente. Critics have
repeatedly signaled the innovations introduced into postwar Spanish poetry by a
group of groundbreaking young poets who came of age in the 1950s and
reoriented contemporary Spanish poetry toward more aesthetic values in the
wake of the "social poetry" of the earlier postwar years.1 This chapter will
consider the attitudes toward language of one of the most significant writers of
this group, José Angel ...

Poetics Of Dance

Author: Gabriele Brandstetter
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190266864
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In his essay from 1923 (from which we gather that he clearly didn't see the 1913,
but rather the 1917, New York performance of Métachorie), Le Bret elucidates
this aspect more clearly: Métachorie is not really a dance, if one adheres to the
common notion that dance is a plastic art form, a rhythmical movement of flesh (“
chair”). Métachorie deals completely with muscle and in no way with the flesh: “
She imparts all with the muscle and nothing with the flesh” (ibid., 31), muscle
meaning ...

The Flesh Of Words

Author: Jacques Rancière
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804740784
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This new collection of challenging literary studies plays with a foundational definition of Western culture: the word become flesh.

Poetry With Reference To Aristotle S Poetics Introduction Of Rationalistic Principles Into Revealed Religion Fall Of La Mennais Palmer S View Of Faith And Unity Theology Of St Ignatius Prospects Of The Anglican Church The Anglo American Church Selina Countess Of Huntingdon

Author: John Henry Newman
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These abstain from the Eucharist and from prayer, because they confess not that
the Eucharist is flesh of our Saviour Jesus Christ, which suffered for our sins,
which the Father in His mercy raised again. They then, denying the gift of God,
perish in their disputings. Well had it been for them to make much of it, that they
might rise again.—Sm)/rn. 5—7. “Endeavour to use one Eucharist; for there is
one flesh of our LordJesus Christ, and one cup, that His blood may make us one,
sis é'vwa'w ...

Poetics Journal Digital Archive

Author: Lyn Hejinian
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press
ISBN: 0819571237
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Proud Flesh, by John Wilkinson (U.K.: Equofinality Poland and Delires, 1986)
Bones of Contention, by John Wilkinson (U.K.: Prest Roots, 1988) Once right, the
poem sets a row of muscles. Where, like J. H. Prynne, or D. S. Marriott, the verse
poetry of John Wilkinson creates strengths that peak out of language's sub-
places: flashy, fleshy, urgent, and richly denotative of sex, with sense multiplied,
as its definitive inscription. Wilkinson's poetry is, apart from the two just named,
strangely ...