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dc.contributor.advisor Keith, Sally Capobianco, Edward Jesse
dc.creator Capobianco, Edward Jesse 2018-05-02 2018-09-06T00:52:19Z
dc.description This thesis has been embargoed for 10 years and will not be available until May 2028 at the earliest. en_US
dc.description.abstract These poems are scripts for their own creation. They do not necessarily share a singular speaker or addressee, but together they create an I and a Thou that are sometimes explicit, sometimes implicit, and sometimes blurred with other self/other pairs in particular poems. The poems are interested in the death of the death of God, in the impossibility of memory, and in the possibility of a de-commodified communication. The poems are interested in the body as a birthed thing, in the spiral pattern of its growth, and in its memory. Associative dream-thinking and what Hannah Arendt calls the internal senses (here, in particular, the sense of taste) become a kind of logic by which the poems can proceed. These poems play with what can be covered up, what can be uncovered, and how the distance between the two can be collapsed into a flat field.
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject poetry en_US
dc.subject poetics en_US
dc.subject tongue en_US
dc.subject hermeneutics en_US
dc.subject virgules en_US
dc.subject hyphosis en_US
dc.title // en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing en_US Master's en_US Creative Writing en_US George Mason University en_US
dc.description.embargo 2028-05-02

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