Historiographic poetics is never about something, it is something. From LearnThat.org. [yourdictionary.com]
Adjective : poetic descriptions of nature. ,poetic feeling; poetic insight. ,a poetic eulogist. ,a poetic lover. ,poetic literature. ,a poetic composition; poetic drama; poetic imagination. From Dictionary.com.
His most favoured poetics is always that which allies itself with the memory of. From Wordnik.com. [Salvatore Quasimodo - Nobel Lecture] Reference
The goal in immersive textuality, similar to that of McGann's quantum poetics, is to create. From Wordnik.com. [Living Inside the Poem: MOOs and Blake's Milton] Reference
Correspondingly, radical poetics is not quite satisfied with how authorship is represented in Williams. From Wordnik.com. [Strange Affinities: A Partial Return to Wordsworthian Poetics After Modernism] Reference
Less concern has been delivered upon passion as a principle of vitality in poetics, as part of the very structures and dynamisms of poems. From Wordnik.com. [Passion and Romantic Poetics] Reference
(1089-95) (This is also an example of what I have chosen to call the poetics of spice). From Wordnik.com. [Morton, Fractal Self-Similarity in Percy Shelley - Early Shelley - Romantic Circles Praxis Series, Romantic Circles] Reference
It does something to you, to your body, to your sense of poetics, which is the point of making a sculpture. From Wordnik.com. [Monumental Ambitions] Reference
Shelley, and shows how much his politics are actually underwritten by what could be called a poetics of patriotism. From Wordnik.com. [Introduction] Reference
"poetics" - the study of the aesthetics of poetry. From Wordnik.com. [WN.com - Business News] Reference
Just read a really interesting -- and wise -- poetics book tho the author don't call it a "poetics". From Wordnik.com. ["THE WHOLE BEYOND THE HOLE"] Reference
In the process of defining a "poetics" of virtual worlds, Klastrup touches in ideas about different kinds of virtual worlds. From Wordnik.com. [The Four Worlds Theory] Reference
'poetics' (or possibly 'aesthetics') which organise cognition. into different forms of knowing. From Wordnik.com. [WN.com - Articles related to The Starbucks on Ambassador Caffery Parkway, Lafayette experience] Reference
Page 228, Volume 3 most essential element of poetics. From Wordnik.com. [MIMESIS] Reference
Greek poetics paid no attention to foreign literature. From Wordnik.com. [Dictionary of the History of Ideas] Reference
Ancient poetics never developed a real system of genres. From Wordnik.com. [Dictionary of the History of Ideas] Reference
What is the name of this thing in the poetics of nothing?. From Wordnik.com. [Celebrating A Palestinian Poet and Patriot] Reference
What sorts of poems do Waldrop's unorthodox poetics produce?. From Wordnik.com. [John Lundberg: A Big Win For Experimental Poetry] Reference
But at this time a vernacular poetics is only just beginning. From Wordnik.com. [Dictionary of the History of Ideas] Reference
HOLMES: I can't come up with something -- poetics every once in a while. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Feb 2, 2008] Reference
Not that spacemen indulged in such poetics; they had too much work to do. From Wordnik.com. [The Burning Bridge] Reference
The term “form” and its synonyms were seldom en - countered in poetics. From Wordnik.com. [Dictionary of the History of Ideas] Reference
The distinction between form and content was pre - served in Hellenistic poetics. From Wordnik.com. [Dictionary of the History of Ideas] Reference
One zone of poetics is planted in the ground of "antagonism to closed structures.". From Wordnik.com. [Poetry: What Does It Accomplish?] Reference
They offer a poetics of exile while keeping its politics sharply within their sights. From Wordnik.com. [Colm Toibin On The Anger Of Exile] Reference
In Renaissance poetics the dividing line between form and content was just as distinct. From Wordnik.com. [Dictionary of the History of Ideas] Reference
Various meanings were assigned to it in the theory of visual arts and different ones in poetics. From Wordnik.com. [MIMESIS] Reference
From science, moral poetics: Dr. James Dobson's response to the fetal tissue research initiative. From Wordnik.com. [American Rhetoric - Christian Rhetoric Scholarly Reference Guide] Reference
Then, just embracing or defending the poetics of one's sect results in reinforcing the prejudice. From Wordnik.com. [Why Aren't Poets More Politically Active?] Reference
During many centuries poetics virtually meant the art of writing Latin verses in classical meters. From Wordnik.com. [Dictionary of the History of Ideas] Reference
"Edda" is not really a tale, but a book of poetics; it relates, however, the Siegfried saga briefly. From Wordnik.com. [The Nibelungenlied] Reference
Bounce bounce bounce, I guess I'll just roll along, tapping my feet to life's subtle poetics. previous next. From Wordnik.com. [kinaesthesia Diary Entry] Reference
It's not that poets have to give up either the debates about poetics or their solitary compositional habits and products. From Wordnik.com. [Why Aren't Poets More Politically Active?] Reference
Moreover, some translations have favored accuracy over poetics, and others have sacrificed accuracy for the sake of poetic beauty. From Wordnik.com. [Engaging in Bodhisattva Behavior - Shantideva ��� Introductory Note on the Translation] Reference
The prose of the former Time magazine reporter is disciplined and vivid, though hardly up to the gushing poetics of a Salman Rushdie. From Wordnik.com. [Asia's Best Books] Reference
Since la also means unsurpassable, it can serve as a synonym for bodhichitta according to the principles of Sanskrit and Tibetan poetics. From Wordnik.com. [Relating to a Spiritual Teacher: Building a Healthy Relationship ��� 2 The Traditional Meaning of a Spiritual Teacher] Reference
“Transformation poetics: Refiguring the female subject in the early poetry and life writing of Dorothy Livesay and Miriam Waddington.”. From Wordnik.com. [Miriam Dworkin Waddington.] Reference
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