Poetics of Ljubomir Micić and Branko Ve Poljanski’s hybrid multigenre poetic texts

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Dubravka Đurić

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In the text I will focus on Zenitist poetry by Ljubomir Micić and Branko Ve Poljanski. I will construe a new discursive framework, which will make it possible for us to understand their multigenre  texts  as important  items  in  the  national poetry  canon.  I  will  contextualize  the general characteristics of European avant-garde poetry practices, which were used by Micic and Poljanski in order to interpret the specific place of Zenitism as a general Balkan avantgarde movement, participating in a significant way in the European and world avant-garde.

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Đurić, D. (2012). Poetics of Ljubomir Micić and Branko Ve Poljanski’s hybrid multigenre poetic texts. Poznańskie Studia Slawistyczne, (2), 119–133. https://doi.org/10.14746/pss.2012.2.5
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