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Aphoristic gaps and theories of the image

Robinson, P. ORCID: (2019) Aphoristic gaps and theories of the image. In: Boyiopoulos, K. and Shallcross, M. (eds.) Aphoristic Modernity: 1880 to the Present. Literary Modernism (6). Brill, Leiden, Holland, pp. 21-36. ISBN 9789004400047

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This is a discussion of the structure and reading experience of aphorisms that proposes a way of understanding what would make those written between during the Modernist period distinct from those that came before. To do this it compares the functioning of aphorisms from the appropriate period with earlier ones in light of the meaning generation, and its theorizing, in examples of and writings on the image in modernist poetry.

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