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Windows and doors : a poet reads literary theory

Author: Natasha Sajé
Publisher: Ann Arbor : The University of Michigan Press, [2014]
Series: Poets on poetry.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Windows and Doors is a poetry handbook that places poststructuralist and postmodern ways of thinking alongside formalist modes, making explicit points of overlap and tension that are usually tacit. Each of Natasha Sajé's nine essays addresses a topic of central concern to readers and writers of poetry while also making an argument about poetic language and ideology. Foundational topics--diction, syntax, rhythm,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Natasha Sajé
ISBN: 9780472035991 0472035991
OCLC Number: 882620064
Description: xi, 195 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Roots in our throats: a case for using etymology --
Front-loading syntax --
Rhythm and repetition in free verse, or, the poet as witch --
Gertrude Stein's granddaughters: a reading of surprise --
Metonymy, the neglected (but necessary) trope --
"Why Must It Always End This Way?" narrative poetry and its (dis)contents --
A sexy new animal: the DNA of the prose poem --
Dynamic design: the structure of books of poems --
Performance of the lyric "I."
Series Title: Poets on poetry.
Responsibility: Natasha Sajé.

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A poetry handbook that places poststructuralist and postmodern ways of thinking alongside formalist modes, making explicit points of overlap and tension that are usually tacit. Each of Natasha Saje's  Read more...

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