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ERIC Number: EJ662624
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2002
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ISSN: ISSN-0046-208X
Post Hyphen Blank: Poetic Canon in an Age of Genre-Fragging.
Clark, Ross
English in Australia, n135 p49-52 Dec 2002
Considers how in "Post-Something" times, misquotation has become a reading practice, or at least a strategy within certain practices of reading. Suggests that Post-Modernism needs a canon, a continuity of culture, in order to be Post-Anything. Describes how in making his own canon, the author posits certain genre qualities that appeal to him, and so their absence from a particular artwork excludes it from his canon. (SG)
The Australian Association for the Teaching of English, PO Box 3203, Norwood, S.A. 5067, Australia. E-mail: aate@aate.org.au.
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Opinion Papers
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Language: English
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