Experimental : American Literature and the Aesthetics of Knowledge.
- Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019.
- Hopkins Studies in Modernism Ser.
Hopkins Studies in Modernism Ser.
1 online resource (318 pages)
- Literature, Experimental-United States-History and criticism.
American literature-20th century-History and criticism.
Literature and science-United States-History-20th century.
- Electronic books.
- She shows how the Language poets, a group of primarily white experimental writers, restored to the canon what they saw as modernism's true legacy, whose stakes were simultaneously political and epistemological: it produced a poet who was an intellectual and a text that was experimental.
The Double Period of Experimental Writing
Language: Representing and Intervening
Epistemic Virtues and the Abstraction of Knowledge
Romantic and Other Precedents
Experimental Writing Is a White Recovery Project
The Language of the Future
A Momentary Gleam of Light: Flash's Time
An Abstract of the World: Flash's Condensation
Black Riders: Flash's Chiaroscuro
Faces in the Crowd: Figuration, Redemption, Information
Bad Scientist: The Harvard Psychological Laboratory and Bottom Natures
Camera Work: Vision and Female Objectivity
"To Make Confusion Clear": Wandering and Objectification
Seeing Clear: Portraits and Repetition
The First Grace of Style
or, the Principle That Is Hid
Open Secrets of the Natural World
Distrust of Merits
Contact and First Contact
Nakedness and the Form of Contact
Recovery, Salvage, and the Untimeliness of Contact
The Final Frontier
Coda. Future Texts
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- Print version: Cecire, Natalia Experimental
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