By Jean-Michel Rabaté
That includes the newest learn findings and exploring the attention-grabbing interaction of modernist authors and highbrow luminaries, from Beckett and Kafka to Derrida and Adorno, this daring new number of essays supplies scholars a deeper seize of key texts in modernist literature.
• presents a wealth of clean views on canonical modernist texts, that includes the newest learn data
• Adopts an unique and inventive thematic method of the topic, with suggestions equivalent to race, legislations, gender, type, time, and beliefs forming the constitution of the collection
• Explores present and ongoing debates at the hyperlinks among the aesthetics and praxis of authors and modernist theoreticians
• unearths the profound ways that modernist authors have motivated key thinkers, and vice versa
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What triggered the audience’s emotion-charged memory as the opera developed was not a Proustian madeleine, but a complex pattern of interwoven, familiar yet always slightly different leitmotifs. ´ Jump to Paris in 1885. Edouard Dujardin publishes the ﬁrst issue of the Revue Wagn´erienne on February 8 (he is joined by Teodor de Wyzewa9 ). Two years later, in La Revue Ind´ependante, he publishes Les lauriers sont coup´es, a novel made up entirely of interior monologue. 10 ´ In 1903, James Joyce reads a copy of Edouard Dujardin’s Les lauriers sont coup´es in Paris.
Is not radical for its political commitments but for its pre-political or ontological commitments’’ (35). ’’ For an extended reading of this important work, see Nicholls 2007, 162–179. In some cases, Oppen’s unpublished notes provide a revealing context for particular passages. In this case, the references to ‘‘rawness,’’ ‘‘vividness,’’ and the sun recall an account of reading Heidegger – see Nicholls 2007, 66. Compare poet Michael Palmer’s account of his own practice: ‘‘Occasionally I’ll appropriate a source verbatim, but often it will be slightly or radically altered.
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