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Reading Visual Poetry - Bohn, Willard
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Visual poetry can be defined as poetry that is meant to be seen. Combining painting and poetry, it attempts to synthesize the principles underlying each discipline. Visual poems are immediately recognizable by their refusal to adhere to a rectilinear grid and by their tendency to flout their plasticity. In contrast to traditional poetry, they are conceived not only as literary works but also as works of art. Although they continue to provide visual cues that aid in deciphering the text, they function simultaneously as ...

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Reading Visual Poetry 2010, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Cranbury

ISBN-13: 9781611470628

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