The Anti-closural Modes of Postmodern Aesthetics: Is there Closure to Closure
In my paper I demonstrate that the binary of closure and non-closure is inadequate when applied to poetry and I redefine the concept of closure in postmodern poetics.
||Closure, Anti-closure, Postponement of Closure, Open Work, Closed Work, Fractal Poetics, Random, Pattern, Metonymy
The International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 11, pp.103-112.
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Ewa Chrusciel has completed her masters at Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland and has been recently pursuing her PhD degree at Illinois State University, Normal, IL, US. Her focus is postmodern poetry and cognitive poetics. She is an author of one book of poems "Furkot" published in Kraków 2003 and a translator of a few books (Conrad, London, Singer) from English to Polish, as well as a number of poems published in literary magazines and anthologies. She's taught composition, literature, as well as English as a second language.
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