I Am Otherwise: The Romance Between Poetry and Theory After the Death of the Subject Alex E. Blazer

ISBN: 9781564784582

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I Am Otherwise: The Romance Between Poetry and Theory After the Death of the Subject  by  Alex E. Blazer

I Am Otherwise: The Romance Between Poetry and Theory After the Death of the Subject by Alex E. Blazer
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I Am Otherwise: The Romance between Poetry and Theory after the Death of the Subject examines the contemporary poets relationship with language in the age of theory. As the book works through close readings and interpretations of Adrienne Rich andMoreI Am Otherwise: The Romance between Poetry and Theory after the Death of the Subject examines the contemporary poets relationship with language in the age of theory. As the book works through close readings and interpretations of Adrienne Rich and Harold Bloom, John Ashbery and Paul de Man, Jorie Graham and Maurice Blanchot, and Barrett Watten and Jacques Lacan, it shows how the main psychological modes of contemporary poetry and the postmodern poet are anxiety, irony, abjection, and destitution.

The book ultimately concludes that the new theoretical poetry self-consciously renders the effect of critical theory in its own construction. Whereas poets of the past tarried with nature, self, or philosophy, poets of our time unite lyric feeling with literary theory itself.



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