Temporal Poetics: Rhythmic Process as Truth

Cureton, Richard D.
January 2004
Antioch Review;Winter2004, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p113
Literary Criticism
Presents an article on the concept of temporal poetics as an approach to the understanding of poetic rhythm and poetry. Relation between prosody and poetics; History of temporal poetics; Link of the prosodic tradition to voice.


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