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British Journal of Aesthetics 44 (4):393-407 (2004)
This paper is a polemic against the science of linguistics, to the extent that, with its relentlessly reductive methodologies, it has encouraged the marginalization of the aesthetic in literary studies—particularly in the field of metrics. The paper also suggests how this aesthetic imperative might yet be reclaimed through study of the audible reading of poetry.
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Michael D. Hurley (2008). The Status of Poetry as an Aesthetic Object. Semiotica 2008 (169):71-92.
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