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Twenty-First Century Marianne Moore: Essays from a Critical Renaissance

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book-author

Elizabeth Gregory, Stacy Carson Hubbard

publisher

Palgrave Macmillan

file-type

PDF

pages

292 pages

language

English

asin

B077ZTTK1K

isbn10

3319651080

isbn13

9783319651088


Book Description

This collection: Twenty-First Century Marianne Moore: Essays from a Critical Renaissance (PDF) represents a new range of critical awareness and marks the burgeoning of what is a 21st-first-century Marianne Moore renaissance. The essays explore Moore’s participation in modernist movements and communities; her impact on subsequent generations of artists; and the dynamics of her largely disregarded post-World War 2 career. At the same time; they track the intersection of the evolution of her poetics with cultural politics across her career. Drawing on fresh perspectives from previously unknown biographical material and new editions and archives of Moore’s work; the essays offer particularly interesting insights on Moore’s relationships and her late-career role as a cultural icon.

book-author

Elizabeth Gregory, Stacy Carson Hubbard

publisher

Palgrave Macmillan

file-type

PDF

pages

292 pages

language

English

asin

B077ZTTK1K

isbn10

3319651080

isbn13

9783319651088

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Front Matter ….Pages i-xviii
Introduction (Elizabeth Gregory, Stacy Carson Hubbard)….Pages 1-11
Front Matter ….Pages 13-13
Marianne Moore’s Gustatory Imagination (Robin G. Schulze)….Pages 15-32
“These Things”: Moore’s Habits of Adduction (Roger Gilbert)….Pages 33-48
Moore’s Numbers (Fiona Green)….Pages 49-65
Yellow Roses and Bulbuls: Marianne Moore’s Persian Effects (Stacy Carson Hubbard)….Pages 67-85
Front Matter ….Pages 87-87
“Contrarieties Equally True”: Marianne Moore and William Blake (Patricia C. Willis)….Pages 89-111
“The Teacher Was Speaking of Unrhymed Verse”: Marianne Moore, E. H. Kellogg, and the Poetry of Modernist Hermeneutics (Jennifer L. Leader)….Pages 113-128
Front Matter ….Pages 129-129
Editorial Compression: Marianne Moore at The Dial Magazine (Victoria Bazin)….Pages 131-147
Marianne Moore and Modern Labor (Linda A. Kinnahan)….Pages 149-166
Marianne Moore’s “Light Is Speech,” Decision Magazine, and the Wartime Work of Intellectual Exchange (Emily Setina)….Pages 167-183
“Mysteries Expound Mysteries”: Marianne Moore’s Influence on John Ashbery (Karin Roffman)….Pages 185-199
Front Matter ….Pages 201-201
“The First Grace of Style”: Marianne Moore and the Writing of Dancing (Aurore Clavier)….Pages 203-219
“Passion for the Particular”: Marianne Moore, Henry James, Beatrix Potter, and the Refuge of Close Reading (Zachary Finch)….Pages 221-235
Is Andy Warhol Marianne Moore? Celebrity, Celibacy and Subversion (Elizabeth Gregory)….Pages 237-251
Front Matter ….Pages 253-253
Archiving Marianne Moore (Patricia C. Willis)….Pages 255-260
Finding Moore: No Search Engines, No Indexes, No Computers (Bonnie Costello)….Pages 261-263
Documenting Moore (Cristanne Miller)….Pages 265-268
Discovering Moore (Robin G. Schulze)….Pages 269-272
Advertising Moore (Linda Leavell)….Pages 273-275
Editing Moore (Heather Cass White)….Pages 277-280
Back Matter ….Pages 281-292

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