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Sie sehen die lache zwischen den füssen sieht sie . . 4 4 lache has to serve as object and subject at the same time, making the process reciprocal and ONE rather than separating into "they see the puddle between the feet" and "the puddle between the feet sees them". 45 This is still quite simple. After a moment's puzzlement we supply the repetition or are pleased with the slurring and pseudo-economy as we definitely are in Arp's lines: Er zieht aus seinem schwarzen Sarg um Sarg um Sarg um Sarg hervor 46 It was probably primarily for the sake of rhythm that the fluent phrase Sarg um Sarg comes in early as it were and spares us the heavy spondee Sarg/ Sarg.
17-8. , pp. 12-3. 109 Heidegger's term. Cf. Sein und Zeit (Tübingen, Max Niemeyer, 1963), p. 69. 110 Cf. the postscript of Eugen Gomringer, 33 konstellationen (St. Gallen, Tschudy Verlag, 1960), n o pagination. Gomringer's analogies are to industrial products or architecture. e. read, thought about, not just given as a present and put on a shelf to look nice. For a most explicit statement of this, cf. the insert, "gebrauchsanweisung", in Enzensberger's Verteidigung der wölfe (Frankfurt, Suhrkamp, 1957).
Henri Bergson, Œuvres, ed. André Robinet (Paris, Presses Universitaires de France, 1963), pp. 61-71. For an account of Descartes on this experience, cf. Georges Poulet, Studies in Human Time, trans. Elliott Coleman (New York, Harper Torchbooks, 1959), pp. 50-74. 12 Paul Henle, "Metaphor", Language, Thought, and Culture, ed. Paul Henle (Ann Arbor, The University of Michigan Press, 1958), pp. 182-3. 13 Cf. Roman Jakobson, "Two Aspects of Language and two Types of Aphasie Disturbances", in Roman Jakobson and Morris Halle, Fundamentals of Language (The Hague, Mouton, 1956), p.
Against Language: Dissatisfaction With Language: as Theme and as Impulse Towards Experiments in Twentieth Century Poetry by Rosemarie Waldrop, Rosmarie Waldrop