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We: Intersubjectivity and visions of community in American experimental poetry (1850–1968)
"We: Intersubjectivity and Visions of Community in American Experimental Poetry (1850-1968)" aims to expand the critical conversation surrounding American poetry and community. Reading a number of representative examples ...
Urban solution from the literary examples of “Love in the Time of Cholera” and “The Jungle”: The human body and the bios in ethics, politics, and the biopolis
This paper deconstructs the situation of the human body and other aspects of the bios in Love in the Time of Cholera and The Jungle . I argue that political and ethical ideologies and systems serve to elevate the lives of ...
The art of saying no: Adorno's aesthetic negativity in the work of Richard Serra, Bob Dylan and Robert Creeley
The Art of Saying No is grounded in the idea that Adorno's aesthetics (as expressed not only in his Aesthetic Theory, but across and throughout his interdisciplinary body of work) can be characterized in terms of what ...
The narrating image in a time of terror: Kathy Acker's "Blood and Guts in High School" and Steve Tomasula and Stephen Farrell's "Vas: An Opera in Flatland"
In the following, I examine the role of images in Kathy Acker's 1984 Blood and Guts in High School and Steve Tomasula and Stephen Farrell's 2002 "imagetext" novel VAS: An Opera in Flatland in relation to post-September 11 ...