Nason, Richard W.
Boiled grass and the broth of shoes.
Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c1991
|提及的人：||Harold Bloom; John Ashbery; John Ashbery; Harold Bloom|
Richard W Nason
|描述：||viii, 168 p. ; 23 cm.|
|内容：||Having dislodged Eliot as the failed Christ of criticism, does Harold Bloom now see himself as the first coming of the Kabbalah? --
Ashbery and neo-existential poetry step into a void --
Bloom empties all of Eliot's Anglican jars and refills them with the Kabbalah --
Consumerism and capitalistic greed combine to produce deconstructionist criticism and neo-existential poetry --
Deconstruction reaches its high-water mark in 1990, leaving much wreckage and creating great havoc in every literary enclave --
Pinpointing the many wheels within literature today as an initial approach to deconstructing deconstruction --
Deconstruction finally takes us to the end of the line.