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  • n  study of poetic works

  • It is (in many of its pages) a Medusa's head with trick paper snakes, and its punning comedy as well as its dark poetics will disappoint the smut houndsa solemn breed.
  • This August, Greece, which gave birth to the poetics of war, will try to stage an athletic competition in which no one dies.
  • He followed no preconceived ideology, but rather his own sense of history, poetics and morality.
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  • Building new vocabulary for architectural photos
    Courtesy of the artist "Dunomo 1, Arezzo" is included in the Poetics of Space, an exhibition of photographs by Aspenite Michael Lipkin, opening at Paepcke Auditorium today with a reception at 4 p.m. The exhibition runs through Sept. 5.
    July 16, 2013 - The Aspen Times
  • Robert Hass, poet and professor, up for PEN essay award
    Hass, the Distinguished Professor in Poetry and Poetics at UC Berkeley, has been shortlisted for the PEN/ Diamonstein-Spielvogel Award for the Art of the Essay for his 2012 book What Light Can Do. .
    July 15, 2013 - UC Berkeley NewsCenter

  • Leonard Garment in FOXNews
    Even then,Garment recalled in his memoir, "Greenspan was impressively obscure, uttering perfectly formed sentences about money and finance that were largely unintelligible to me. What came across clearly, though, was his feeling for the poetics...
  • Di Brandt in Quill & Quire (blog)
    There is a debate going on in Canada about what is the important poetics of our time,says Brandt, "and I think that Jacob Scheier's book demonstrates a poetic clarity : and spiritual engagement which is in some ways unconventional in the...
  • Edwidge Danticat in Christian Science Monitor
    In college, Danticat writes, she found out her dad's letters were written in a "diamond sequence, the Aristotelian 'Poetics' of correspondence."

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