Sunday, 16 March 2014

Onomatopoeia in relation to Dada

Definition from

Dada was a movement based on artists and poets wanting to rebel against the horrors of war. 
At the time they basically went against all forms of traditional art making this is why they 
used onomatopoeia; it was so random no sense could be made from a poem using purely 
onomatopoeic words. Basically onomatopoeia is a word trying to imitate a sound, 
Dadaist would use theses sounds to represent  objects with in their poetry.

Examples of Dada Poetry :

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