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We Who Love to Be Astonished: Experimental Women's Writing and Performance Poetics (Modern and Contemporary Poetics)
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Binding: Hardcover, 1 edition, 376 pages
Publisher: University Alabama Press
Weight: 1.44 pound
Dimension: H: 1.02 x L: 9.32 x W: 6.26 inches
ISBN 10: 0817310940
ISBN 13: 9780817310943
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We Who Love to Be Astonished collects a powerful group of previously unpublished essays to fill a gap in the critical evaluation of women's contributions to postmodern experimental writing. Contributors include Alan Golding, Aldon Nielsen, and Rachel Blau DuPlessis; discussions include analyses of the work of Kathleen Fraser, Harryette Mullen, and Kathy Acker, among others. The editors take as their title a line from the work of Lyn Hejinina, one of the most respected of innovative women poets writing today. The volume is organized into four sections: the first two seek to identify, from two different angles, the ways women of different sociocultural backgrounds are exploring their relationships to their cultures' inherited traditions; the third section investigates the issue of visuality and the problems and challenges it creates; and the fourth section expands on the role of the body as material and performance. The collection will breach a once irreconcilable divide between those who theorize about women's writing and those who focus on formalist practice. By embracing 'astonishment' as the site of formalist feminist investigation, the editors seek to show how form configures feminist thought, and, likewise, how feminist thought informs words and letters on a page. Students and scholars of avant garde poetry, women's writing, and late 20th century American literature will welcome this lively discussion.


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