Combinatory Poetry and Literature in the Internet

Abstract (in English): 

Since I have been asked to present my website Permutations at this conference, this
paper will first tell what the site is about and then address the issues it might bring up for
the discussion of a poetics of digital text.

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Although it is difficult to distinguish a combinatory literature from other forms of literature ever since linguistics defined language as a combinatory system itself, combinatory poetry nevertheless could be formally defined as a literature that openly ex-poses and addresses its combinatorics by changing and permuting its text according to fixed rules, like in anagrams, proteus poems and cut-ups. Frequently, written combinatory literature does not denote the generated text itself, but only a set of formal instructions with perhaps one sample permutation.

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J. R. Carpenter