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In her early work on Modernist poetry and avant-garde poetics, Julia Kristeva proposed a bifurcated view of the poetic text as simultaneously constituted by both a "genotext" and a "phenotext." Reading the "genotext" of any given poem might start by "pointing out the transfers of drive energy that can be detected in phonematic devices (such as the accumulation and repetition of phonemes or rhyme) and melodic devices (such as intonation or rhythm)"; and, in her words, it would also need to takedoi:10.5195/jffp.2018.856 fatcat:7ezreyhmtfbxhicqqholizdlny