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Corrosive Signs: Essays on Experimental Poetry (Visual, Concrete, Alternative)
     

Corrosive Signs: Essays on Experimental Poetry (Visual, Concrete, Alternative)

by Cysar Espinsoa, Harry Polkinhorn (Translator), Nucleo Post-Arte, Harry Polkinhorn (Translator)
 
Poems based on sight and sound, video and performance, politics and street action? This is an important collection of manifestos by prominent poets and critics in Latin America, Portugal, and Spain documenting the evolution of experimental poetry from the inside. Some contributions are historical, while others are theoretical, critical, or polemical. Contains numerous

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Poems based on sight and sound, video and performance, politics and street action? This is an important collection of manifestos by prominent poets and critics in Latin America, Portugal, and Spain documenting the evolution of experimental poetry from the inside. Some contributions are historical, while others are theoretical, critical, or polemical. Contains numerous illustrations.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780944624104
Publisher:
Maisonneuve Press
Publication date:
01/28/1990
Pages:
135
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.08(h) x 0.34(d)

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Dick Higgins
It is so valuable to have in English this book which is both a good introduction to innovative literature and theory . . . and a useful collection of concepts we will need if we are ever to reinvigorate our own literature.

Meet the Author

César Espinosa is a leading poet in Mexico. His group Nýcleo Post-Arte has produced the most advanced poetry in Mexico.

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