An anthology of concrete poetry

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Something Else Press, 1967 - Poetry - 342 pages
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Letters, words, and symbols are arranged to form visual poetic images in these international selections

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User Review  - Jeff Buddle - Goodreads

You don't really read concrete poetry so much as look at it and think about it. It straddles the line between the language and visual arts: opaque and silly to some, bottomless and sublime to others ... Read full review

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User Review  - Anselm - Goodreads

I dig it. Everything anyone has ever said to me about concrete poetry now no longer makes any sense. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1960
Section 2
1964
Section 3
1963
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