A Poetics of Being-Two: Irigaray's Ethics and Post-Symbolist Poetry
By: M. F. Simone Roberts (author)Hardback
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This book describes and explores the poetics implied in Irigaray's An Ethics of Sexual Difference and develops a hermeneutics of being-two through readings of three major post-symbolist poets. Irigaray scholars will be interested in the interpolation of her ethics as a critical poetics, while scholars in comparative literature will find sustained feminist engagement with Bonnefoy and Perse, as well as discussion of their influence on the American poet Jorie Graham.
M. F. Simone Roberts is a poet and independent scholar of comparative poetics and feminist philosophy.
Chapter 1 Introduction. What? How? Chapter 2 Chapter One. Burn the Panopticon with/in Self, Poetry, Ethics Chapter 3 Chapter Two. Wonder and Douve's Paradoxical Incarnation Chapter 4 Chapter Three. A Sensible Transcendental Sea Chapter 5 Chapter Four. Others of/in Love Chapter 6 Post-script. Terror Is Only the Beginning of Beauty
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