Word of the Week: Haptic

As in: “The haptic eye becomes a point of reference for poets and artists who look closely at their territory, who discern its size and scale; who carefully draw the lines defining nooks, edges, and crannies and relief of its surface; who follow the roads and rivers cutting and winding through it … who touch the lairs and recesses inspiring the fantasies that mark what they see and what, in turn we observe before our eyes.”

Conley, T. (2011). Introduction. In An errant eye: Poetry and topography in early modern France (p. 2). Retrieved  from http://site.ebrary.com/lib/emmanuel/docDetail.action?docID=10442226&p00=haptic

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