James Joyce

Silt & Structure: An Annotation on Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei’s Translations of the Poetry of Jean Daive

by Isaac Linder Poems of the Week
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Silt names that composition of little elements, little dangers, at the level of marks “below” that of the letter, which persist within the sanctioned space of the poem and threaten always to overturn the meaning of that sanctioned space.

Psychoanalysis and the Mad Artist: Hölderlin’s Empty Center

by Daniel Tutt Poetry and Poetics
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Psychoanalysis is a good system for those of us that like structure.

As If She Were a Symbol of Something

by Sarah V. Schweig Aesthetics
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Before I post my regularly scheduled post, in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, I give you an excerpt from James Joyce’s “The Dead.”