Tag: joyce

A Language of the Ordinary, or the eLEET?

2008-10-21

Dave Ciccoricco reviews Michael Joyce’s novel of network culture, Was.
Seeing an inversion of Russian formalism in Joyce’s work, Ciccoricco explores how Joyce’s novel attempts to “reconcile the polylinguistic, stylistic, and ludic difficulty” of the text with an “affinity for the
quotidian.”

McElroy's "Letter"

2004-08-23

Charles Molesworth on style and spatial form in McElroy’s Letter Left to Me, a novel whose poetic making is also an ethical growth.

Electronic Books?

2003-07-15

Stuart Moulthrop re-opens the debate on the “electronic book” and its continued marginalization vis-a vis print.

Notable American Prose

2002-09-01

Ted Pelton reviews Ben Marcus’s novel that’s not one.

Epic Ecologies (III)

1999-02-01

Perloff comes back with an alternative line of ‘evolution’ from the modern epic - one leading to language poetry, rather than the magical realist novel.

Epic Ecologies

1998-12-30

Marjorie Perloff reviews Franco Moretti’s Modern Epic: The World-System from Goethe to Garcia Marquez.

Restoring Dora Marsden

1996-12-30

Michael Wutz reviews Bruce Clarke’s Dora Marsden and Early Modernism: Gender, Individualism, Science

Poetry@The_Millennium: A Conversation with Jerome Rothenberg and Pierre Joris

1997-04-15

A conversation with Pierre Joris and Jerome Rothenberg on the technology and politics of the millenial anthology.

Digital vs. Traditional?

1999-12-30

Luc Herman reviews the collection, Cyberspace Textuality by Marie-Laure Ryan, and warns against the creation of a false dichotomy between the digital and traditional print text.

Reviewing the Reviewers of Literary Hypertexts

1998-12-30

Thomas Swiss unravels Laura Miller’s arguments in the New York Times Book Review and finds news of hypertext’s demise premature - as was Robert Coover’s call for the end of books five years ago in the same journal.