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A poverty of objects : the prose poem and the politics of genre / Jonathan Monroe.

By: Monroe, Jonathan.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Ithaca ; London : Cornell University Press, 1987Description: 349 str.. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0801419670.Subject(s): Prose poems -- History and criticism | Prose poetry in European languages ca 1800-1985 | pjesma u proziDDC classification: 809.1/034
Contents:
Introduction: The prose poem as a dialogical genre
Part I: Two precursors :
1. 'Universalpoesie' as fragment: Friedrich Schlegel and the prose poem
2. Novalis's 'Hymnen an die Nacht' and the prose poem 'avant la lettre'
Part II. The prose poem in its historical age :
3. Baudelaire's poor: the 'Petits poemes en prose' and the social reinscription of the lyric
4. Narrative, history, verse undone: the prose poetry of Rimbaud
Part III. The prose poem in the age of cubism :
5. History as farce: (re)situating Max Jacob's 'Cornet a dés'
6. The violence of things: the politics of Gertrude Stein's 'Tender buttons'
Part IV. The other side of things :
7. Self-reflexive fables: Ernst Bloch's 'Spuren'
8. Fragments of a world restored: Francis Ponge's '"Rhetoric by objects"
Part V. Beyond French borders: two contemporaries :
9. Politics and solitude: The prose poetry of Robert Bly
10. Time doesn't pass: Helga Novak and the possibilities of the prose poem
11. Conclusion: Uses of the prose poem
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Introduction: The prose poem as a dialogical genre

Part I: Two precursors :

1. 'Universalpoesie' as fragment: Friedrich Schlegel and the prose poem

2. Novalis's 'Hymnen an die Nacht' and the prose poem 'avant la lettre'

Part II. The prose poem in its historical age :

3. Baudelaire's poor: the 'Petits poemes en prose' and the social reinscription of the lyric

4. Narrative, history, verse undone: the prose poetry of Rimbaud

Part III. The prose poem in the age of cubism :

5. History as farce: (re)situating Max Jacob's 'Cornet a dés'

6. The violence of things: the politics of Gertrude Stein's 'Tender buttons'

Part IV. The other side of things :

7. Self-reflexive fables: Ernst Bloch's 'Spuren'

8. Fragments of a world restored: Francis Ponge's '"Rhetoric by objects"

Part V. Beyond French borders: two contemporaries :

9. Politics and solitude: The prose poetry of Robert Bly

10. Time doesn't pass: Helga Novak and the possibilities of the prose poem

11. Conclusion: Uses of the prose poem

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