Architectures of Poetry (Google eBook)

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María Eugenia Díaz Sánchez, Craig Douglas Dworkin
Rodopi, Jan 1, 2004 - Literary Criticism - 142 pages
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Architectures of Poetry is the first comprehensive accounting of the currently intense dialogue between the sister arts of poetry and architecture. Refusing to take either term in a metaphoric sense, the eleven essays collected in this volume exemplify an exciting methodological direction for work in the humanities: a literal wager that is willing to take the unintended suggestions of language as reality. At the same time, they also provide close readings of the work of a number of important writers. In addition to a suite of essays devoted to the team of Arakawa and Madeline Gins, chapters focus on figures as diverse as Francesco Borromini, Rainer Maria Rilke, Stéphane Mallarmé, Friedrich Achleitner, John Cage and Lyn Hejinian.
  

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Contents

Craig Dworkin
7
Gregg Biglieri
27
A S Bessa
41
Michel Delville
77
Steve McCaffery
91
Karen Mac Cormack
109
Marjorie Perloff
124
Maria Eugenia Diaz Sanchez
143
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Craig Dworkin is the author of Reading the Illegible (Northwestern UP, 2003) and the editor of Eclipse and The UbuWeb Anthology of Conceptual Writing. He teaches at Princeton University.