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Prismatic Color: Marianne Moore and the Visual Arts
Within the context of Pound/Eliot modernism Moore necessarily becomes eccentric and even inscrutable, for Symbolism, Imagism and the "mythical method" fail to explain her syllabic verse, her fervent morality and her ...
The dramatic work of David Mallet
In this study of Mallett's dramatic work, I have relied heavily on four collections of letters: the correspondence found in the first two volumes of Aaron Hill's Works (1753), George Sherburn's Correspondence of Alexander ...
NARRATIVE STRATEGIES IN THE LAST HALF OF "ULYSSES": THE CASE FOR JOYCE'S "DOOMED" EXPERIMENTS
In his seminal essay on Ulysses, Edmund Wilson called such episodes as The Oxen of the Sun and Eumaeus "artistically absolutely indefensible," and he wondered if Joyce had forgotten, in his flights of technical virtuosity, ...
Thoreau and contemporary American nonfiction narrative prose of place
Thoreau is read chiefly as the author of the only two books he published during his life, A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers and Walden. However, Thoreau composed two other books, Cape Cod and The Maine Woods, which ...