Wallace Stevens and the Poetics of Modernist Autonomy
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- Author: Gül Bilge Han, Stockholms Universitet
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Wallace Stevens and the Poetics of Modernist Autonomy presents a rethinking of modernist claims to autonomy by focusing on the work of Wallace Stevens, one of the most renowned poets of the twentieth century. By showing how multiple socio-political currents underlie and motivate Stevens' version of autonomy, the book challenges the commonly received accounts of the term as art and literature's escape from the world. It provides new and close readings of Stevens' work including poems from different stages of the poet's career. It re-energizes a tradition of historicist readings of Stevens from the 1980s and 1990s. The study of Stevens' work in this book is developed in constant dialogue with current studies in modernism and aesthetic theory, particularly those offered by Jacques Rancière and Alain Badiou. The book explores the question of autonomy in Stevens' exploration of the aesthetic and social domains, and the vexed issue of his poetry's relation to philosophical thinking.Read more
- Presents a new conception of autonomy in modernism and aesthetic theory by focusing on the work of Wallace Stevens, one of the most renowned poets of the twentieth century
- Provides new and close readings of Stevens' work including poems from different stages of the poet's career
- Focuses on a particularly turbulent and critical moment in American literature and culture: the 1930s and 1940s
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- Date Published: June 2019
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781108755535
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Table of Contents
1. The politics of aesthetic separation: no private paradise
2. Spaces of autonomy: relational place-making
3. Community and autonomy: 'the mode of common dreams'
4. Autonomy and philosophy: 'reason's constant ruin'
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