antipoetic

antipoetic

(ˌæntɪpəʊˈɛtɪk)
adj
relating to poetry which does not conform to poetic conventions
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The mechanism of resistance has been outlined in the previous section of the current study and includes enhanced biotransformation, liver detoxification, cellular accumulation of cisplatin, elevated DNA repair as well as increased antipoetic processes.
There was some irony in awarding a poetry prize to an antipoetic work such as this one.
This antipoetic position is seemingly at odds with one of utopia's most common functions in which "situations where there is no hope of changing the social and material circumstance, the function of utopia is purely compensatory.
William Temple's analysis of Sidney's Defence of Poesy, another unpublished work coetaneous with The Shepherds' Logic, has been signposted as expounding this antipoetic bias.
It also explores the way he used irony to express his delicate dealings with humans and their odd attitudes to life, as well as the antipoetic quality of his diction that sometimes also works with irony on conventional images.
Trivizas, who famously wrote the TV series for children named Fruitopia in the 1990s, has been named a 'gifted poet of fairytales and plays that speak to every child and to those adults who are able to travel aboard a dream and, through dream fantasy, discover the essence of an antipoetic and distorted reality,' by professor Georgios Babiniotis who teaches at the University of Athens.
John places national literatures in a hierarchy, where "of all nations the Dutch are the dullest, the most antipoetic" (77) and "civilization since the eighteenth century has been an Anglo-French affair" (25).
First, the poet persistently uses imagery that seems consciously gauged to deflate the "poetic" with the "antipoetic," but which frequently feels gratuitous and ultimately theatrical.
The narrative is antipoetic in the sense that it represents a rejection of the manner that is said to belong to the poets.
(1: 586) Here, Baudelaire reveals his thoughts on Protestantism as a frugal and antipoetic religion.