'Contemplative Abstracts' is the logical sequel to 'Abstacts' (1983) which, being readerly, or capable of being read, was non-contemplative and therefore a precondition of abstract poems that require only to be contemplated, since effectively a species of word art. The five books in this project represent different stages in John O'Loughlin's development of a non-readerly, or contemplative, style of poetic composition, and have also been published separately under the headings 'Contemplations' (1985),
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|Size: ||874 KB|
|Date published: || 2013|
|ISBN: ||9781471001574 (DRM-EPUB)|
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