New Formalism


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New Formalism

a current American manner, characterized by buildings that are freestanding blocks with symmetrical elevation, level rooflines (often with heavy, projecting roof slabs), many modeled columnar supports, and frequent use of the arch as a ruling motif to produce a kind of classicism without classical forms.
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While exploring the artistic and aesthetic values of the poetic forms by applying some critical concepts of New Formalism by Fredric V.
Rmat3 will develop a new formalism and allied codes for tackling problems for triatomic molecules involving low- and ultra-low energy collisions.
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Although Humphrey's Executor settled the constitutional status of good cause limits on the President's removal power for principal officers serving on independent federal agencies, Free Enterprise Fund's broadly formalist reading of the Vesting and Faithful Execution Clauses strongly suggests that the combination of a partisan balance requirement with a good cause removal limit constitutes a bridge too far in the age of new formalism.
turn, New Formalism restricts courts from inquiring into the subjective
In his introduction, entitled "On Matters of Form in Contemporary Latino Poetry," Aldama argues that the works of Campo, Young, Alvarez, and Espaillat, who come of age as poets in the 1990s, can be representative of a "Latino New Formalism," a "poetic orientation" that connects with a more general trend in U.
While the 1962 rendering of the art center was cool, highlighting the modern, stripped-down aesthetic of the New Formalism style of architecture with its monumental arches and Space Needle-like spindles, the new design by Pelli Clarke Pelli exemplifies the firm's talent for creating layers of luminescence and impossible lightness and movement in solid structures.
It would be wrong, given the advent of new formalism and the kind of methodological debates current in the field of literary studies as a whole, to think that we no longer need explicit justifications of why it is valuable to 'read literature historically'.
The book describes the development of technologies necessary for large-scale artificial language evolution experiments, such as a new formalism for grammar, which can be used for studying language as an evolving complex adaptive system; a formalism for embodied cognitive semantics, which can be embedded in artificial robotic agents; and a humanoid robot platform for carrying out language games and experiments.
A full two decades ago, Wyatt Prunty published "Fallen from the Symboled World": Precedents for the New Formalism, a book that remains impressive for its close and sympathetic readings of Robert Lowell, Richard Wilbur, Howard Nemerov, and other poets Prunty admires.
Michelle Johnson: You are often identified with New Formalism, a literary movement now thirty years old, which revived meter, rhyme, and narrative.
Winner of the Vassar Miller Prize in poetry, Circles Where The Head Should Be is recommended reading for poetry fans, particularly those interested in new formalism.