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Inspired by Buster Keaton’s sporadic but crucial presence in Elizabeth Bishop’s writing, this paper examines her artistic ideal of comic surrealism through the lens of queer phenomenology. Keaton’s slapstick comedy serves as a nice cinematic parallel to Bishop’s understanding of ‘real wit’ as...
This essay discusses two well-established medievalist sources for Finnegans Wake, French philologist Joseph Bédier’s Roman de Tristan et Iseut and Sir Edward Sullivan’s manuscript study The Book of Kells. Asking how Joyce interprets this material, the article establishes a relationship whereby...
In comparison with other modernist writers, little has been written on the role of animals in H.D.’s works. This article examines the significations – the significances and the signifying – of the peripheral yet reoccurring swallows in her posthumous novel Asphodel, thus exploring their...
This paper argues for the importance of the alba, a medieval genre of courtly love poetry, to Ford Madox Ford's oeuvre and particularly to his tetralogy Parade's End. While the influence of troubadour songs and culture on Ford is widely recognised, no work has yet been devoted to the presence of...
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