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“Take the Beuys off!” – Reconsidering the Current Concept of Ekphrasis in the Performative Poetry of Thomas Kling : A portrait poem by the German poet Thomas Kling (1957-2005) about the German artist Joseph Beuys is the starting point to reconsider the current ekphrasis discourse in the light of experienced visuality by combining the concept of ancient rhetoric with modern ideas of imagination, multimodality and performativity.

Führer, Heidrun LU (2017) In Aletria: Revista de Estudos de Literatura 27(2). p.157-188
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