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ideogram

A graphics representation of the G banding pattern of a CHROMOSOME.
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Consequently, this poem transcends the alphabetic system it begins in and becomes an ideogrammatic, material architecture where, to use Abram's titular phrase, the spell of the sensuous readily surfaces.
While there is no one-toone correspondence between actual vessels and their ideogrammatic representation, a relatively consistent usage among different forms of representation may inform us as to what the Mycenaeans were saying about feasting through such depictions.
(11) The metaphor of thickening is appropriate to the material embedding of 'real signs'--postal franking marks, signatures, and graffiti--in the ideogrammatic poems.
Guy Davenport's narratives are hybrids of fiction, documentary, poem, and illustration, A disciple of Ezra Pound, he adapts to the short story the ideogrammatic method of The Cantos, where a grammar of images, emblems, and symbols replaces that of logical sequence.
In this respect the dolphins are performing their ideogrammatic frolics in a characteristically Spenderian poetic environment.
The rush and clamor of a technological revolution spurred artistic experimentation in Italy, France, and in England; and some of this burst of innovation reaches Pound in his ideogrammatic method.(70) Pound's reception of futurisms cultivation of technology is linked to his confusion of reactionary "ethical" with revolutionary political terms.
(One could argue that ideogrammatic visuals such as icons used in a computer interface are an exception to this general rule.
Not the movie but the vortex became his "radiant node." By 1915 he had begun working on Three Cantos (1917) and his masterly translations of Chinese poems, found among Ernest Fenollosa's papers and published in Cathay (1915), were further to influence the ideogrammatic method of <IR> THE CANTOS </IR> .
Lists of flax; lists of sheep; pictograms of flax, sheep--ideograms; Pound's ideogrammatic method; Gilgamesh; Dead Sea Scrolls, and teeth like wedged cuneiform, row after row after row.