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The revolting body of poetry

Author: Scott Shinabargar
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2016]
Series: Chiasma, v. 36.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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If the transgressions of modern French poetry have been amply noted at thematic and formal levels, they remain largely unremarked at the most visceral level of reading. Indebted to, while problematizing the Kristevan concept of semiotique, Scott Shinabargar's 'The Revolting Body of Poetry' reveals how the very "matter" of key works forces us to enact these transgressions, when articulating textures of offensive  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Shinabargar, Scott.
Revolting body of poetry.
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2016
(DLC) 2016025883
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Scott Shinabargar
ISBN: 9789004324473 900432447X
OCLC Number: 951172708
Description: xvi, 198 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Part 1. Revolution --
La diction du mal: Baudelaire --
An exaggerated scale of evil: Lautréamont --
Part 2. Revolitions --
Grounding force: Césaire --
The wind's gold: Char --
Conclusion.
Series Title: Chiasma, v. 36.
Responsibility: by Scott Shinabargar.

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If the transgressions of modern French poetry have been amply noted at thematic and formal levels, they remain largely unremarked at the most visceral level of reading. Indebted to, while problematizing the Kristevan concept of semiotique, Scott Shinabargar's 'The Revolting Body of Poetry' reveals how the very "matter" of key works forces us to enact these transgressions, when articulating textures of offensive lexica and imagery. While certain phonemes provide access to previously untapped forces, first apparent in Baudelaire and Lautreamont, compulsive repetitions produce expressive inflation, diffusing any initial impact. Cesaire and Char, however, demonstrate an acquired control of these forces, intensity contained. Shinabargar concludes with a survey of contemporary poets, inviting readers to consider the legacy of revolting poetics.

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