The point is to change it: poetry and criticism in the continuing present

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In this book, Jerome McGann argues that contemporary language-oriented writing implies a marked change in the way we think about our poetic tradition on one hand and in the future of criticism on the other.

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table_of_contents Philological investigations -- Truth in the body of falsehood -- The alphabet, spelt from Silliman's leaves -- The apparatus of loss : Bruce Andrews writing -- Art and error, with special thanks to the poetry of Robert Duncan -- Private enigmas and critical functions, with special thanks to the poetry of Charles Bernstein -- From Sight to Shenandoah -- Marxism, romanticism, postmodernism : an American case history -- Looney tunes and unheard melodies : an Oulipian colonescapade, with a critique of "The great-ape love song corpus" and its lexicon -- The evidence of things not seen : a play -- Ivanhoe : a playful portrait -- Modernity and complicity : a conversation with Johanna Drucker.
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title The point is to change it poetry and criticism in the continuing present
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title_full The point is to change it [electronic resource] : poetry and criticism in the continuing present / Jerome McGann
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