The monographic section will address new parameters in the construction of lyrical subjects in contemporary poetry, including theoretical and practical scopes of investigation:
a. Lyrical subject: the limits of language and poetic enunciation.
b. Poetics of alterity. The search for the other (I / you, cosmology, language) in the construction of the I.
c. Poetry and dynamics of desire: erotic and love dialogism as fundamental basis of new poetic subjectivities.
d. Representation and resignification of poetic imageries.
e. Poetry, a genre under construction: dialogues between tradition and experiment.
f. Discourses in poetry performance: poetic body, voice and word.
g. The inscription of the lyrical I in new technologies: rethinking the genre and its reception.
- All other articles will constitute the miscellaneous section and, as long as placed within the margins of Literary Theory and Comparative Literature, the choice of the theme and approach is free.
- The articles should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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