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Aspects of surreality in Engonopoulos" poetry

Helen Benisi

Aspects of surreality in Engonopoulos" poetry

by Helen Benisi

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Engenopoulos, Nikos.

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    Thesis (M.Phil) - University of Birmingham, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies.

    Statementby Helen Benisi.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21764336M

      The opposition between the two dichotomous aspects of being explicitly manifest amid various shots of the man, woman, and starfish. The narrative and progressive action, when distorted in a gelatinous haze, categorically places the male and female at the mid-ground of dialectic methodology and within the initial phases of alchemical   Both these aspects presuppose and are en-hanced by the presence of sculptural references. That is the reason why sculptural imagery and metaphors within Pindar’s odes have been studied extensively as fundamental elements of the poetics and the practice of praise (Smith ). Engonopoulos includes similar features in his pdf.

      Phoebe Giannisi, born in Athens, is the author of six books of poetry, including Homerica (Kedros, ) and Rhapsodia (Gutenberg, ). She also holds a PhD in Classics from Lyon ΙΙ-Lumière published as Récits des Voies. Chant et cheminement en Grèce archaïque (Grenoble: Editions Jérôme Millon, ).   Free Online Library: Cubist aesthetics in Stevens' "The Man with the Blue Guitar": defence against surrealism.(Literature, Critical Essay) by "Studia Anglica Posnaniensia: international review of English Studies"; Literature, writing, book reviews Languages and linguistics Poetry +aesthetics+in+Stevens'+"The+Man+with+the+Blue.

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The Musée National d’Art Moderne owns one of the world’s best collections of modern art, and its Surrealist collection sets the standard of   The main purpose of this research is to seek the influences of the Greek literary tradition on the poetic work of Nikos Engonopoulos.

In the start of our research there was the belief that Engonopoulos work multi-dimensionally explicable, approached not only by the methods of traditional analysis but the methods of contemporary poetical :// Initially, Breton believed that poetry, created through a process of psychic-automatism, held the potential to awaken, within artist and participant (reader), the heightened state of intellectual awareness we have defined as “Surreality.” Reading such poetry, it was theorized, caused the rational faculties to momentarily relax, inducing a   Alexander Trocchi.

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Writing about French culture between the wars, James Clifford has coined the term "ethnographic surrealism" to describe the intersection of anthropology and art in Paris in the s and ~jruoff/Articles/  Fig. 1. Nikola Vučo’s The Arrested Flight of Surreality (Zadržano bekstvo nadstvarnosti), Photograph, x95mm.

Courtesy of the Museum of Applied Arts, Belgrade. Cushioned in an archival box in the Museum of Applied Arts, Belgrade, Serbia, lies a remarkable surrealist photograph: Nikola Vučo’s The Arrested Flight of Surreality (Zadržano bekstvo nadstvarnosti,fig.

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