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Here’s something I learned from the late Polish poet Wislawa Szymborska: If every word is suspect, your writing will be arresting.
What does this mean? It means writing–especially poetry writing–cannot always be a prisoner of denotation. 523 more words
I came around a psychological test called Roschachs test and an interesting hypothes which I read in Thomas Anzs biography of Franz Kafka and that is that the interpretation of someone, here of Kafka is more expressive and telling not about the Kafka but about the biographer himself. 226 more words
The Barthes method of breaking down communication through a visual channel is using the method of the ‘Semiotics’, reading the signs of what is being expressed, for example taking a poster and looking at the true meaning and what it’s trying to tell us in detail. 398 more words