Modernist Poetry and the Limitations of Materialist Theory
Release on 2021-06-15 | by Charles Altieri
These modernists turned to versions of Hegel’s idea of the “inner sensuousness,” stressing how a work’s very construction can provide different levels of sensuousness inseparable from the work of self-consciousness.
In Modernist Poetry and the Limitations of Materialist Theory, Charles Altieri skillfully dissects the benefits and limitations of Materialist theory for works of art. He argues that while Materialist theory can intensify our awareness of how art can foreground sensual dimensions of experience, it does not yet serve as an adequate description of much of what we experience as mental activity—especially in the domain of art, which depends on active imaginations and constructive energies for which no Materialist theory is yet adequate. He carefully shows how constructive imaginations operate in a range of modernist poetry that is especially attentive to the mind’s powers because it provides alternatives to Impressionist sensibilities, which thrive on Materialist modes of attention. These modernists turned to versions of Hegel’s idea of the “inner sensuousness,” stressing how a work’s very construction can provide different levels of sensuousness inseparable from the work of self-consciousness.
Chinese Poetic Modernisms
Release on 2019-05-15 | by Paul Manfredi
In the 1950s the wave of modernist experiments in Chinese poetry was marked by Ji Xian's launch of Modern Poetry ... We begin with the chapter by Nick Admussen, who addresses recent work on network theory as it bears generally on ...
This volume explores Chinese poetic modernism from its origins in the 1920s through 21st century manifestations. Modernisms as a title reflects the full complexity of the ideas and forms which can be associated with this literary-historical term.
Criticism and Literary Theory 1890 to the Present
Release on 2014-06-11 | by Chris Baldick
This last book became a landmark in modern poetry, notable for ... confined to sketching pen-portraits of Rimbaud, Verlaine, Mallarmé, Huysmans, and their associates, with brief elucidations of their esoteric anti-materialist doctrines.
Presents a coherent and accessible historical account of the major phases of British and American Twentieth-century criticism, from 'decadent' aestheticism to feminist, decontsructonist and post-colonial theories. Special attention is given to new perspectives on Shakesperean criticism, theories of the novel and models of the literary canon. The book will help to define and account for the major developments in literary criticism during this century exploring the full diversity of critical work from major critics such as T S Eliot and F R Leavis to minor but fascinating figures and critical schools. Unlike most guides to modern literary theory, its focus is firmly on developments within the English speaking world.
Release on 2020-08-18 | by Jon Day
literature, an art composed of words, hope to acquaint us with non-verbal mental experiences, experiences which can by ... Though the relationship between materialist theories of consciousness and literary modernism have generally ...
Concentrating on the work of four major modernist authors - Virginia Woolf, James Joyce, Wyndham Lewis and Samuel Beckett - this book examines the close links between modernist literature and the philosophy of mind.
Key to Modern Poetry
Release on 1952 | by Lawrence Durrell
tion of Dreams was to the preceding one , and despite its limitations it is not less important in my opinion . ... This , you will agree , is a far cry from the cocksure attitude of the Victorian materialist .
First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
The Burdens of Intimacy
Release on 1999 | by Lane
Ruskin's argument in Modern Painters anticipates what Swinburne called " the weariness of pain and the bitterness of ... —points up the limitations of materialist , historicist , and Foucauldian approaches to Victorian culture .
Why does passion bewilder and torment so many Victorian protagonists? And why do so many literary characters experience moments of ecstasy before their deaths? In this original study, Christopher Lane shows why Victorian fiction conveys both the pleasure and anguish of intimacy. Examining works by Bulwer-Lytton, Swinburne, Schreiner, Hardy, James, Santayana, and Forster, he argues that these writers struggled with aspects of psychology that were undermining the utilitarian ethos of the Victorian age. Lane discredits the conservative notion that Victorian literature expresses only a demand for repression and moral restraint. But he also refutes historicist and Foucauldian approaches, arguing that they dismiss the very idea of repression and end up denouncing psychoanalysis as complicit in various kinds of oppression. These approaches, Lane argues, reduce Victorian literature to a drama about politics, power, and the ego. Striving instead to reinvigorate discussions of fantasy and the unconscious, Lane offers a clear, often startling account of writers who grapple with the genuine complexities of love, desire, and friendship.
Literary Criticism and Theory
Release on 2014-09-15 | by Pelagia Goulimari
Postmodern literature and art, selfreflexively aware of the limitations ofthis project, returns to storytelling (though ... Derek Walcott, though intensely engaged with modernism, nevertheless commented that he wrote an epic of sorts, ...
This incredibly useful volume offers an introduction to the history of literary criticism and theory from ancient Greece to the present. Grounded in the close reading of landmark theoretical texts, while seeking to encourage the reader's critical response, Pelagia Goulimari examines: major thinkers and critics from Plato and Aristotle to Foucault, Derrida, Kristeva, Said and Butler; key concepts, themes and schools in the history of literary theory: mimesis, inspiration, reason and emotion, the self, the relation of literature to history, society, culture and ethics, feminism, poststructuralism, postcolonialism, queer theory; genres and movements in literary history: epic, tragedy, comedy, the novel; Romanticism, realism, modernism and postmodernism. Historical connections between theorists and theories are traced and the book is generously cross-referenced. With useful features such as key-point conclusions, further reading sections, descriptive text boxes, detailed headings, and with a comprehensive index, this book is the ideal introduction to anyone approaching literary theory for the first time or unfamiliar with the scope of its history.
Futures of Enlightenment Poetry
Release on 2020-10-29 | by Dustin D. Stewart
In between the outermost sections comes a movement dedicated to recovering a neglected strand of poetry and poetic theory from the English Enlightenment . The eighteenth - century texts interpreted and contextualized here do not heed ...
Explores the creative work of writers and theologians who used their poetic writings as a means to explore and envisage scenarios of embodiment and existence that extended to life after bodily death.
On Shakespeare and Early Modern Literature
Release on 2004 | by John Kerrigan
Together , McGann's books constitute the most influential contribution to editorial theory and practice since the birth ... into a historical materialist point about the reader being subject to time - specific cultural limitations ' .
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-04-12 - Publisher: Brewers Publications
Human flavor perception is incredibly complex and impacts daily decision making in the brewery. No amount of elaborate equipment can replace the value of the human tasting experience and a sensory program can offer a powerful quality check on both your outgoing beer and beermaking process. Building a Sensory Program
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-02-08 - Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Updated business wisdom from the founder of Dogfish Head, the nation's fastest growing independent craft brewery Starting with nothing more than a home brewing kit, Sam Calagione turned his entrepreneurial dream into a foamy reality in the form of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, one of America's best and fastest growing
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-06-16 - Publisher: Routledge
From antique bottles to closely guarded recipes and treasured historic architecture, breweries have a special place in American history. This fascinating book brings the material culture of breweries in the United States to life, from many regions of the country and from early 16th century production to today’s industrial operations.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-08-03 - Publisher: Brewers Publications
Quality is both a system and a state of mind. Quality Labs for Small Brewers will walk you step-by-step through the process of establishing and writing a quality program for your brewery. Building an effective quality program will empower staff to directly influence the consistent production of safe, quality beer
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-01-08 - Publisher: Hachette UK
From the acclaimed author of Blue Highways, PrairyErth, and Roads to Quoz, a dazzling collection of travel tales from the road. Here, There, Elsewhere draws together for the first time William Least Heat-Moon's greatest short-form travel writing. Personally selected by the writer, these pieces take us from Japan, England, Italy,