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Playing Games of Sense in Edwin Morgan’s Writing


Monika Kocot

Monika Kocot’s book on Edwin Morgan’s literary achievement, both poetry and drama, foregrounds the themes of cultural transgression, dialogism of the author’s creative design, and various, potentially subversive games of sense creation: «verbivocovisual» constellations, mythopoetic «writings-through» and intersemiotic translations.
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Introduction: “Not Playing the Game”? Influences and Inspirations: Morgan’s Dialogising with Literary Tradition(s)

Chapter One: Dialogic Imagination in Morgan’s Work. The Process of “Writing-Through:” the Strange Case of John Cage and Edwin Morgan

Chapter Two: Latent Textuality and the Rhetoric of Re/Mis-Reading in “Message Clear”

Chapter Three: (De)(Re)Constructivist Mimesis of Repetition and Difference

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