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'From Mallarmé to Bernstein and on, creative producers have for their own reasons sought to terrestrialise the <> of the page. Exploring spatiality, this paper takes its cue from T.S. Eliot’s concluding remarks in ‘Reflections on Vers Libre’: ‘there is only good verse, bad verse, and chaos’ (Eliot 1965: 189). Eliot’s final clause—chaos—is mobilised here as generative and excursive, a strategy which can open heterotopic sites to problematise the horizontality of the poetic line.' (Publication abstract)

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