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Tytuł: Heliopolis: Lisa Jarnot’s rewriting of a legendary city
Autorzy: Tardi, Mark
Słowa kluczowe: Heliopolis
American poetry
experimental poetry
Data wydania: 2020
Data dodania: 9-cze-2020
Wydawca: The University of Bialystok
Źródło: Crossroads. A Journal of English Studies 28 (1/2020), pp. 78-92
Abstrakt: In her second book Ring of Fire, American poet Lisa Jarnot offers the reader a dynamic sixteen-poem sequence entitled Heliopolis. Jarnot’s Heliopolis uses the legendary City of the Sun as a starting point, but rather than describe or depict the life of antiquity, Jarnot considers the city as an ongoing posthuman vortex where animals perform a range of implausibly or absurdly anthropomorphic actions. Moreover, Jarnot’s recursive poetic structures both heighten the rhythmic and ludic qualities of the actions described while toggling between poignant humor and ethical confrontation. This essay seeks to examine what the social and ethical implications are in Jarnot’s reimagining of this legendary city. Moreover, the work of Cary Wolfe, Donna Haraway, and others within posthumanist discourse will be considered as a critical lens into how Jarnot is leveraging playfulness and anthropomorphism. Why does Jarnot consistently (re-)present non-human animals in her poems? How do her stylistic gestures collapse distinctions between physical and temporal boundaries?
Afiliacja: University of Lodz
DOI: 10.15290/cr.2020.28.1.06
e-ISSN: 2300-6250
metadata.dc.identifier.orcid: 0000-0002-9054-8189
Typ Dokumentu: Article
Występuje w kolekcji(ach):Crossroads. A Journal of English Studies, 2020, Issue 28

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