Title of Abstract

"Awkward Questions and the Dichotomy of Spoken Language and Written Word"

College

College of Arts and Sciences

Department

English

Faculty Mentor

Dr. Casey Cothran

Abstract

“Awkward Questions and the Dichotomy of Spoken Language and Written Word” is a poem that explores feelings through Derridian jargon. It came into being because someone extraordinary came into being, and she inspired me. My favorite dichotomy is that of emotion and logic, and hers is written language and spoken word, both of which are at play in this poem.

Recognized with an Award?

Winner, Editor-in-Chief’s Award, The Anthology, 2016

Previously Presented/Performed?

The Anthology: Winthrop University’s Art and Literary Magazine, 2016

Start Date

22-4-2016 1:25 PM

End Date

22-4-2016 1:40 PM

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Apr 22nd, 1:25 PM Apr 22nd, 1:40 PM

"Awkward Questions and the Dichotomy of Spoken Language and Written Word"

DiGiorgio Campus Center, Room 221

“Awkward Questions and the Dichotomy of Spoken Language and Written Word” is a poem that explores feelings through Derridian jargon. It came into being because someone extraordinary came into being, and she inspired me. My favorite dichotomy is that of emotion and logic, and hers is written language and spoken word, both of which are at play in this poem.