Jandl clasifica sus poemas en cuatro grupos: Poemas en lenguaje normal, poesía sonora, poesía hablada y la poesía visual.
Ernst Jandl (1925-2000, Vienna) is Austria’s most famous writer of experimental poetry in the tradition of expressionism and dadaism. Stylistically, he cuts and distorts, bends and mixes words, leaves vowels away, exchanges consonants, removes syllables, mixes words of different languages and reads his poems in a way that they make perfect and wonderful sense again in the end.
Jandl himself classifies his poems into four groups: Poems in normal language, sound poetry, speech poetry and visual poetry.
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