Autofrictions: The Fictopoet, the Critic and the Teacher
Source TitleCultural Studies Review
PublisherUniversity of Technology, Sydney (UTS)
University of Melbourne Author/sHECQ, DOMINIQUE
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsHecq, D. (2013). Autofrictions: The Fictopoet, the Critic and the Teacher. Cultural Studies Review, 11 (2), pp.179-188. https://doi.org/10.5130/csr.v11i2.3667.
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This paper investigates the literal, metaphorical and ideological implications of ‘hybrid’ texts/genres for criticism in general, and for the workshopping of creative work in particular. The question underlying this investigation concerns the place of poetic discourse in fictocriticism. This is consonant with my understanding of genre as ‘index and mark’ representing ‘the site of the nonsubstitutable positioning of the I and the you and of their modalities of expression’ and of poetic discourse as ‘an unsettling process … of identity of meaning and speaking subject’.
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