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The New Wallace Stevens Studies

Part of Twenty-First-Century Critical Revisions

Bart Eeckhout, Gül Bilge Han, Lisa Siraganian, Douglas Mao, Christopher Spaide, Matthew Mutter, Lee M. Jenkins, Cary Wolfe, Julia E. Daniel, Lisa M. Steinman, G. Gabrielle Starr, Andrew Epstein, Lisa Goldfarb, Charles Altieri, Tom Eyers, Zachary Finch, Johanna Skibsrud
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  • The New Wallace Stevens Studies introduces a range of fresh voices and promising topics to the study of this great American poet. It is organized into three sections. The first explores concepts that have begun to emerge in Stevens criticism: imperialism and colonialism, his politics of utopia, his ideas about community-building and audience, his secularism, and his transnationalism. The second section applies recent methodological and theoretical advances that have left a prominent mark on literary studies - from world literature and ecocriticism to urban studies, queer studies, intersectional thinking, and cognitive literary studies. Essays in the third section reassess issues that have long inspired critics. Here investigations include Stevens's reception by later poets, his attitude toward modern fiction, different modes of his poetic thinking, aspects of his rhetoric and style, and his lyrical ethics. This volume captures a cross-section of the most striking recent developments in Stevens criticism.

    • Offers a concise review of recent perspectives that have emerged in Stevens scholarship over the past two decades
    • Presents case studies in a consistently engaging manner that combines accessible theoretical thinking with multiple applications to individual poems
    • Shows the continuing vitality of Stevens's work and its relevance for contemporary theoretical and methodological approaches and debates in literary studies
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    • isbn: 9781108976398
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction: that which is always beginning Bart Eeckhout and Gül Bilge Han
    Part I. Emerging Concepts in Stevens Criticism:
    1. Imperialism and colonialism Lisa Siraganian
    2. The politics of utopia Douglas Mao
    3. Community and audience Christopher Spaide
    4. Secularism Matthew Mutter
    5. Transnationalism Gül Bilge Han
    Part II. Recent Critical Methods Applied to Stevens:
    6. World literature Lee M. Jenkins
    7. Ecological poetics Cary Wolfe
    8. Urban studies Julia E. Daniel
    9. Queer studies Bart Eeckhout
    10. Intersectional studies Lisa M. Steinman
    11. Cognitive literary studies G. Gabrielle Starr
    Part III. Revisionary Readings of Stevens:
    12. Poetic responses Andrew Epstein
    13. Poetic fiction Lisa Goldfarb
     14. Poetic thinking Charles Altieri
    15. Constructive disorderings Tom Eyers
    16. Manner and manners Zachary Finch
    17. Lyrical ethics Johanna Skibsrud.

  • Editors

    Bart Eeckhout, Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium
    Bart Eeckhout is Professor of English and American Literature at the University of Antwerp. He has edited The Wallace Stevens Journal since 2011 and authored Wallace Stevens and the Limits of Reading and Writing (2002). His edited books include Wallace Stevens across the Atlantic (2008), Wallace Stevens, New York, and Modernism (2012), and Poetry and Poetics after Wallace Stevens (2017).

    Gül Bilge Han, Uppsala Universitet, Sweden
    Gül Bilge Han is a lecturer at the Department of English, Mälardalen University. Her research lies at the intersection of modernist studies, world literature, aesthetic theory, and literary pedagogy. She is the author of Wallace Stevens and the Poetics of Modernist Autonomy (Cambridge, 2019) and several essays on modernist aesthetics and poetry.

    Contributors

    Bart Eeckhout, Gül Bilge Han, Lisa Siraganian, Douglas Mao, Christopher Spaide, Matthew Mutter, Lee M. Jenkins, Cary Wolfe, Julia E. Daniel, Lisa M. Steinman, G. Gabrielle Starr, Andrew Epstein, Lisa Goldfarb, Charles Altieri, Tom Eyers, Zachary Finch, Johanna Skibsrud

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