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Brazil, Lyric, and the Americas$
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Charles A. Perrone

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780813034218

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813034218.001.0001

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Inter Arts Inter Alia

Inter Arts Inter Alia

Film, Popular Music, and Media Lore in the Poetic Imagination

(p.66) 3 Inter Arts Inter Alia
Brazil, Lyric, and the Americas

Charles A. Perrone

University Press of Florida

Brazilian poetry's scope, domain, and operational space experienced an expansion that considered the United States' literature and language. It is important to note that there are no distinct cuts in the separation of the different art forms and artists in lyric since poets are able to consider popular diversion figures that are often perceived as mass culture. Brazil's contemporary poetry entails much creative content and conduct that concerns other forms of media and expressive culture. The interface in which outreach is used to resolve insularity is manifested in different ways, and becomes evident in how poetic texts integrate lexemes, mythemes, semanthemes, and graphemes related particularly to popular music and film. This chapter gives specific focus to movies, jazz, blues, rock music, cinematic figures, and their corresponding players.

Keywords:   movies, jazz, blues, rock music, cinematic figures, popular music, contemporary poetry

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