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poetics of absence in Celtic tradition
Joseph Falaky Nagy
by University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies in Aberystwyth
Written in English
|Statement||by Joseph Falaky Nagy.|
|Series||Sir Thomas Parry-Williams memorial lecture -- 2002|
|Contributions||University of Wales. Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
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Get this from a library. The poetics of absence in Celtic tradition. [Joseph Falaky Nagy; University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies.]. The Poetics of Absence in Celtic Tradition: Sir Thomas Parry-Williams Memorial Lecture Mar 1, by Joseph Falaky Nagy Paperback.
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Nagy, The Poetics of Absence in Celtic Tradition, Aberystwyth, UWCASWC, 27 pp., brings to our attention the poetics of absence in Celtic literatures, namely the absence of one or more links in the chain of connection between poet, subject of the poem, and intended recipient of the poem.
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Androgyny, Anatomy and the Poetics of Absence Poem for You”—that is, the absence of gender in the poem, its androgyny. Of course, this absence is this tradition while remaining within a traditional form, a form synonymous with love poetry, requires not only audacity but Size: 53KB.
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