Re: Poetics/Aesthetics: NOMAD MANIFESTO by Pierre Joris
|From:||J Y S Czhang <czhang23@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, April 29, 2004, 0:59|
In a message dated 2004:04:28 10:15:06 AM, draqonfayir@JUNO.COM writes:
>On Apr 28, 2004, at 8:27 AM, J Y S Czhang wrote:
>> The monorhyme scheme (something obviously impossible to reproduce
>> or use
>> in English -- though some dubb poetry tries something similar but with
>> constricting, limiting results) is interesting however for nomad
>> thought. It is
>Do you know what he meant by _'dubb' poetry_?
>In NYC Judeo-Syrian English, "(jay)dubb" means 'non-Syrian', or
In a message dated 2004:04:28 11:19:57 AM, cowan@CCIL.ORG writes:
>Steg Belsky scripsit:
>> Do you know what he meant by _'dubb' poetry_?
>Usually spelled "dub poetry". It's -- briefly put -- Jamaican political
>> In NYC Judeo-Syrian English, "(jay)dubb" means 'non-Syrian', or
>> specifically 'Ashkenazic'.
Despite seeing that Prof. Joris uses a "hella-lotta" inferences and
allusions, he very rarely makes spelling mistakes. So it mayhaps be deliberate. (We
can email him, ya know...)
Steg, so your "guess" might be right - IIRC there is a Jewish _dubb_
poetry&music movement in NYC (not to be _totally_ confused with "Jamican Dub" but
somewhat related along the lines of Oral Poetry and Poetry Slams and whatnot).
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