With the development of comparative literature in China, Chinese-Western comparative poetics
has attracted attention from mainland and overseas scholars and Wai-lim Yip is one of the most influential scholars who contributed a lot to the field.
00--A lecturer in literature at the University of East Anglia, the author engages Heidegger's philosophy of poetry in a way intended to "open up possibilities and exigencies for a philosophical poetics
No sustained analysis exists in which the history of poetry and poetics
is reread in the light of the history of globalization.
Award-nominated author Neal McLeod (who grew up Cree on the James Smith Reserve in Saskatchewan and teaches indigenous studies at Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario) edits Indigenous Poetics
in Canada, an intensely scholarly anthology of essays by a diversity of experts in indigenous literature.
Musica naturalis; speculative music theory and poetics
, from Saint Augustine to the late Middle Ages in France.
In other words, class becomes a lively space for conversation about poetics
, about our lived practices in the natural world and in human community, and about our play and our beliefs.
In the Advertisement and Preface to Lyrical Ballads, as in the subtler workings of the Essays upon Epitaphs and 1850 Prelude, the poet's theory is poetic
in part both because it is predicated upon a complex process and because it posits a poetics
of an indeterminate character, yet situated within the theorized bounds of a system.
The entire poetic
collection demonstrates, through performance, the process of formulating a new "plot" for transforming and revitalizing Western poetics
and as it does so Plot creates and follows its own rules of poetic
John Skelton and Poetic
Authority is relevant to any study of English Renaissance poetics
and to studies in early modern non-dramatic literature more generally.
was formed with the ideal of "better documenting the history" of hip-hop (http://www.
I think that I respond to the Caputan appeal to a poetics
of the impossible, because it modulates regularly and rhythmically into the poetic
Discussing his academic training and its influences on his writing, Baker recounts how his graduate literature professors, espousing the ideals of New Criticism, taught him that to have an emotional response to a poem was to embrace the "affective fallacy" of poetics