Richard Seddon wrote:
> I have already given the citation for the fluid versus solid form that
> Brooks reuses; In his "Treatise on Metre" a seperate section of "A B C of
> Reading" Pound says, "Rhythm is a form cut into TIME, as a design is
> determined space."
> By the way Pound in 1912 says that one of his goals is a "Language beyond
Thanks for the "time" source. I don't remember fluid versus solid. Brooks
takes the "well-wrought urn" from John Donne.
I'm not sure what a language beyond metaphor can be. Metaphor is a making of
relations, or a revealing of them. How can we do without?
Time- and space-bound,