ars poetica


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ars poetica

(ˈɑːz pəʊˈɛtɪkə)
n
(Poetry) the art of poetry
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The Ars Poetica 2017 festival offers foreign guests as well as local bards, with authors from the UK, Australia/Greece and Nigeria among them.
Tan quoted Horace in Ars Poetica, to prove his point: Literature has a dual function: to instruct and to delight.
Estamos, probablemente, ante una callida iunctura, tan importante en la poetica horaciana, como muestra en su Ars Poetica.
He was an authority of satire, but through his Ars Poetica he was equally renowned as a literary critic; thus, for Dante Horace served as the exemplar of someone who excelled both at poetry and at literary criticism.
In his Ars poetica, Horace advises young scholars not to rush into publishing their literary writings, but instead, to keep their works set aside for at least nine years for further revision and improvement.
Lisa Rosenberg's ars poetica "To the Makers" is an elegant illustration of Dickinson's point.
The second chapter, "How (not) to Write a Motet: The Exemplary In virtute/Decens," turns to Phillipe de Vitry's motet and its depiction of the monster evoked in Horace's Ars poetica via tale a and hocket.
He has had one play-a farce about a vampire-produced at his university His book of poems about poetry-listed as Ars Poetica on Amazon.
Through the Western canonical vision of 'the literary', Copeland is able to reconstruct the 'picture of the role of the Ars poetica in the medieval classroom' (p.
This line, and others like it, reads like Horton's revised ars poetica.
RG: Your Ars Poetica photos are all images of strong, proud black individuals, many of whom are showing love in various ways.
Maple leaf, empty doorway, Ars Poetica, loneliness, oh fucking