Reading and deciphering: Mallarmé's rhythmic sensation
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Yet whilst rhythm remains an established concept in studies of French poetry, this is the first major overview to address the centrality of rhythm in fields such as literature, philosophy, dance and film, and to link these debates across ...
|Title of host publication||Rhythms: Essays in French Literature, Thought and Culture|
|Editors||E Lindley, L McMahon|
|Publication status||Published - 1 May 2008|