Tuesday, 23 May 2000

From "Introduction to Henri Meschonnic – For a Poetics of Rhythm"

By Piers Hugill.

Meschonnic’s poetry itself aims to be an oral poetics in the sense that he gives this term (i.e. neither of the order of the textual or the spoken, but at the site where these two are inextricably linked in textual and performative embodiment, itself a form of critique of thought).

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