Boules de sensations-pensées-formes in Christophe Tarkos’s poetry
Nottingham French Studies
Edinburgh University Press
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Barda, J. (2018). Boules de sensations-pensées-formes in Christophe Tarkos’s poetry. Nottingham French Studies, 57 (1), 18-32. https://doi.org/10.3366/nfs.2018.0201
In the genealogy of recent French contemporary poets who have risen to the challenge of experimenting with ‘une nouvelle conception des enjeux du langage poétique’, Christophe Tarkos (1963–2004) occupies a prime position. Tarkos is not only known in France and abroad for his astonishing performances, unique improvisation and sense of humour but also for his editorial commitment: he edited several significant journals such as Facial, R.R and poézie proléter which published amongst others Charles Pennequin, Nathalie Quintane and Katalin Molnár; and played a significant role in the poetic renewal of the 1990s.
External DOI: https://doi.org/10.3366/nfs.2018.0201
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