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Gertrude Stein and Wallace Stevens

the performance of modern consciousness

by Sara J. Ford

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Stein, Gertrude, 1874-1946 -- Criticism and interpretation.,
    • Stevens, Wallace, 1879-1955 -- Knowledge -- Psychology.,
    • Stevens, Wallace, 1879-1955 -- Criticism and interpretation.,
    • Stein, Gertrude, 1874-1946 -- Knowledge -- Psychology.,
    • James, William, 1842-1910 -- Influence.,
    • American literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.,
    • Modernism (Literature) -- United States.,
    • Performing arts in literature.,
    • Consciousness in literature.,
    • Self in literature.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementSara J. Ford.
      SeriesStudies in major literary authors ;, v. 14
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS3537.T323 Z5895 2002
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 129 p. ;
      Number of Pages129
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3552315M
      ISBN 100415939445
      LC Control Number2002002529

      In turn, he illuminates the poetic imperatives of pragmatism by tracing the ways in which Henry James, Gertrude Stein, and Wallace Stevens capture the moment of transition--a paradoxical moment that, once it is represented in language or art, requires its own perpetual overcoming. Richard Poirier, one of America's most eminent critics, reveals in this book the creative but mostly hidden alliance between American pragmatism and American poetry. He brilliantly traces pragmatism as a philosophical and literary practice grounded in a linguistic skepticism that runs from Emerson and William James to the work of Robert Frost, Gertrude Stein, and Wallace Stevens, and on to the.

      “The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens”, p, Vintage 1 Copy quote The imagination is the power that enables us to perceive the normal in the abnormal, the opposite of chaos in chaos. THE WALLACE STEVENS JOURNAL is not giving away too much to say that, in this new essay, she ultimately shifts the ground entirely, finding the relevant models for contemporary poets not in Pound and Stevens but in early T. S. Eliot, Gertrude Stein, and—characteristically stressing the importance of the visual arts to mod-.

      This book traces the presence of the theater, both as an abstract concept and a literal space, in the plays and poetry of Gertrude Stein and Wallace Stevens as it attempts to Från kr E-bok.   The Library of America has given us already the collected poems, prose, and plays of Robert Frost, the collected poetry and prose of Wallace Stevens, even the complete plays (in three volumes, each weighing in at over a thousand pages) of Eugene O'Neill, and so it is disappointing that the editors have chosen to excerpt Stein's work.


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Gertrude Stein on narrative “I think one naturally is impressed by anything having a beginning a middle and an ending when one is emerging from adolescence. American writing has been an escaping not an escaping but an existing with the necessary feeling of one thing succeeding another thing of anything have a beginning and a middle and.

This chapter explores how Gertrude Stein draws upon her mentor William James’s ideas about habit, and how habit becomes central to Stein’s late World War II writings. James—like his counterpart Henri Bergson—celebrates habit as a mode of choice, and the strongest indication of a fully formed character.

Similarly Stein locates habit—rather than innovation—as the most animating force Author: Liesl Olson. Simon Critchley, things merely are: Philosophy in the Poetry of Wallace Stevens, Routledge,pp, $ (pbk), ISBN Reviewed by Gerald L.

Bruns, University of Notre Dame Wallace Stevens was, to borrow a phrase from the Irish poet W. Yeats, one of "the last romantics" -- a poet who thought poetry is or could be a species. Marks, Buttons and Notes: Phenomenology and Creative Production in Virginia Woolf, Gertrude Stein and Wallace Stevens by Ariane L Mildenberg | 1 Jan Unknown Binding.

This book exemplifies the value of interdisciplinary approaches to producing literary criticism. In a series of highly original readings of Edwards, Emerson, William and Henry James, Stevens, and Stein, A Natural History of Pragmatism tracks the interplay of religious motive, scientific speculation, and literature in shaping an American by: 2.

Modernism: An Anthology is the most comprehensive anthology of Anglo-American modernism ever to be published. Amply represents the giants of modernism - James Joyce, Gertrude Stein, Virginia Woolf, T.S.

Eliot, Ezra Pound, Wallace Stevens, Marianne Moore, Samuel Beckett. Includes a generous selection of Continental texts, enabling readers to trace modernism’s dialogue 4/5(2). Gertrude Stein was an American writer, poet and art collector who spent most of her life in France.

Early Life Gertrude Stein, the youngest of a family of five children, was born on February 3,in Allegheny, Pennsylvania (merged with Pittsburgh in )to upper-class German Jewish parents, Daniel and.

The Wallace Stevens Journal Volume 34 Number 1 Spring Special Issue Wallace Stevens and Henry James Wallace Stevens, Elizabeth Park, Hartford, Conn., Spring like Gertrude Stein) and thinks of him as a possible model for Stevens. ASHBERY PERFORMS STEVENS: In October ofJohn Ashbery went to St.

John's the Divine Cathedral in New York to be part of the induction of Wallace Stevens at the Poets' Corner. There was a vespers service and Ashbery read six sections of Stevens's "An Ordinary Evening in New Haven." Imagine that--that poem read at a vespers service. This book traces the presence of the theater, both as an abstract concept and a literal space, in the plays and poetry of Gertrude Stein and Wallace Stevens as it attempts to explain the parallel depictions of consciousness that are found in both authors' work.

“Nothing changes from generation to generation except the thing seen and that makes a composition.” —Gertrude Stein, “Composition as Explanation” 1. As one-time student, then adjunct, and now teacher of writing, I’d like to think that I’ve been unknowingly grasping toward but never yet fully reaching Gertrude Stein as an avatar in the composition/writing classroom.

Compare two reviews of Alfred Kreymborg's Troubador, a chatty group-bio/memoir of the high-flying modernists of Europe and New York in the late s and early '20s. One is Gertrude Stein's book review published in Ex Libris, a magazine put out in other, written by Mark Van Doren, was published in the a clearer view of the review as it appeared in print, click here.News of War: Civilian Poetry is a powerful account of how civilian poets confront the urgent problem of writing about war.

The six poets Rachel Galvin discusses-W. H. Auden, Marianne Moore, Raymond Queneau, Gertrude Stein, Wallace Stevens, and César Vallejo-all wrote memorably about war, but still they felt they did not have authority to write about what they had not experienced.