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Jean Rhys’s stories ‘Temps Perdi’ (1967), ‘I Spy the Stranger’ (1966), ‘A Solid House,’ (1963), and ‘The Insect World’ (1973) do not figure in current scholarship on Second World War fiction. Versions of the first three were offered for publication in 1946. Rhys began writing ‘The Insect World’...
The modernist writer H.D. was Freud’s analysand in 1933 and 1934 and friend until his death in 1939. This article examines letters, biographies, memoirs, and archival material to trace the interplay between H.D.’s palimpsestic poetics in Trilogy (1973) and Freud’s writing of his last book, Moses...
As an undergraduate studying biology at Bryn Mawr College in the messy aftermath of Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution, Marianne Moore found herself surrounded by renowned biologists like Thomas Hunt Morgan, Jacques Loeb, Nettie Maria Stevens, and David Hilt Tennent – all of whom were highly...
This essay considers the work of John Cage and Dom Sylvester Houédard (dsh) as both concrete poetry and non- or anti-art, paying special attention to their statements of poetics from the early Fifties through to the early Seventies. Although their contribution to the various manifestations of...
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