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Lost Beyond Telling

Author : Richard Howard Stamelman
ISBN : 0801424089
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In seeking to give voice to absent things or lost experiences, Richard Stamelman says, modern poetry attempts to give absence a shape. Loss, in his view, is both the cause and the subject of the modern poem. Fittingly, in Lost beyond Telling he formulates and develops what he calls a poetics of loss, with which he frames his treatment of modern French poetry.
Category: Literary Criticism

Postwar Figures Of L Ephemere

Author : James Petterson
ISBN : 0838754511
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The question of the relationship between aesthetics and history is reconsidered in this study of these postwar poets. Petterson argues that postwar French poetry is a critical poetry encompassing a vast poetic tradition from poets such as Baudelaire and Rimbaud to Francis Ponge and Paul Celan. The author also shows how the critical writings of Hegel, Heidegger, and Ricoeur (among others) suggest that what he calls postwar poetry's will-to-meaning and its attempt to develop a post-Romantic poetics necessarily questions poetry's ties to philosophical, historical, and political narratives.
Category: Literary Criticism

Beyond Telling Ain T Training Fieldbook

Author : Harold D. Stolovitch
ISBN : 1562864033
Genre : Business & Economics
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Beyond Telling Ain't Training Fieldbook is the answer to provide a practical, on-the-ground guide to help individuals and their organizations fully implement the powerful principles found in Telling Ain't Training. The fieldbook and accompanying CD-ROM offers readers with concrete actions and support materials to help transform telling to training.
Category: Business & Economics

Samuel Beckett

Author : Jennifer M. Jeffers
ISBN : 9781136761461
Genre : Performing Arts
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First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Performing Arts


Author : Rosemary Lloyd
ISBN : 0801489938
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Upon his death in 1898, the French Symbolist poet Stephane Mallarmé (b. 1842) left behind a body of published work which though modest in quantity was to have a seminal influence on subsequent poetry and aesthetic theory. He also enjoyed an unparalleled reputation for extending help and encouragement to those who sought him out. Rosemary Lloyd has produced a fascinating literary biography of the poet and his period, offering a subtle exploration of the mind and letters of one of the giants of modern European poetry.Every Tuesday, from the late 1870s on, Mallarmé hosted gatherings that became famous as the "Mardis" and that were attended by a cross section of significant writers, artists, thinkers, and musicians in fin-de-siecle France, England, and Belgium. Through these gatherings and especially through a voluminous correspondence—eventually collected in eleven volumes—Mallarmé developed and recorded his friendships with Paul Valery, Andre Gide, Berthe Morisot, and many others. Attractively written and scrupulously documented, Mallarme: The Poet and His Circle is unique in offering a biographical account of the poet's literary practice and aesthetics which centers on that correspondence.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Poetry Of Mourning

Author : Jahan Ramazani
ISBN : 0226703401
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Called the "mother of beauty" by Wallace Stevens, death has been perhaps the favorite muse of modern poets. From Langston Hughes's lynch poems to Sylvia Plath's father elegies, modern poetry has tried to find a language of mourning in an age of mass death, religious doubt, and forgotten ritual. For this reason, Jahan Ramazani argues, the elegy, one of the most ancient of poetic genres, has remained one of the most vital to modern poets. Through subtle readings of elegies, self-elegies, war poems, and the blues, Ramazani greatly enriches our critical understanding of a wide range of poets, including Thomas Hardy, Wilfred Owen, Wallace Stevens, Langston Hughes, W. H. Auden, Sylvia Plath, and Seamus Heaney. He also interprets the signal contributions to the American family elegy of Robert Lowell, Allen Ginsberg, Anne Sexton, John Berryman, Adrienne Rich, Michael Harper, and Amy Clampitt. Finally, he suggests analogies between the elegy and other kinds of contemporary mourning art—in particular, the AIDS Memorial Quilt and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Grounded in genre theory and in the psychoanalysis of mourning, Ramazani's readings also draw on various historical, formal, and feminist critical approaches. This book will be of interest to anyone concerned with the psychology of mourning or the history of modern poetry. "Consists of full, intelligent and lucid exposition and close reading. . . . Poetry of Mourning is itself a welcome contribution to modern poetry's search for a 'resonant yet credible vocabulary of grief in our time."—Times Literary Supplement
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From The Book To The Book

Author : Edmond Jabès
ISBN : 0819562521
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The first anthology to span the oeuvre of the late writer Edmond Jabès, including pieces previously unpublished in English.
Category: Literary Criticism

Pn Review

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ISBN : UCSC:32106013615460
Genre : Poetry
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Category: Poetry

Telling Stories

Author : Jane Tormey
ISBN : STANFORD:36105124124715
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Trespassing disciplines and binding together practice and theory, Telling Stories: Visual Practice, Theories and Narrative crosses strange territories and occupies liminal spaces. It addresses a contemporary preoccupation with narrative and narration, which is being played out across the arts, humanities and beyond, and considers how visual and performative encounters contribute to thinking. How might they tell theories? Telling Stories results from a series of symposia, held at Loughborough University School of Art and Design in 2007. The programme included papers, screenings and performances and was based around the convenors' shared interests in Peggy Phelan's notion of 'performative writing' and in the examination of inter-disciplinary forms of narrative and counter-narrative. It specifically focused on three aspects - experimental forms of Theories and Criticism, Objects and Narrative and the particular form of the Cinematic Essay and explored how the performative move could also be said to apply to forms of contemporary art practice: to what photography, film, objects wish to say. This resulting edited collection presents contemporary making and writing practices as multi-faceted, interdisciplinary and trans-medial and is indicative of an attitude that sets out to encounter the world, its social conditions, its global perspectives and the nature of aesthetic discussion that is no longer confined by formalism.
Category: Literary Criticism

Die Sthetik Des Voyeur

Author : Lydia Hartl
ISBN : STANFORD:36105118012595
Genre : Aesthetics
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Category: Aesthetics