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Fictions of autonomy : modernism from Wilde to de Man

Author: Andrew Goldstone
Publisher: New York [etc.] : Oxford University Press, cop. 2013.
Series: Modernist literature & culture.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Fictions of Autonomy presents a revisionary account of aesthetic autonomy and transnational modernism with a range of readings that includes works by Wilde, Eliot, Joyce, Barnes, and Stevens  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Goldstone
ISBN: 9780199861125 0199861129
OCLC Number: 846320695
Description: xiv, 204 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Contents ; Series Editors' Foreword ; Acknowledgments ; Introduction ; An institutional approach ; Aesthetic autonomy in practice and in philosophy ; Thee fictions of autonomy and their themes ; Modernist studies and the expanded field ; Autonomy from Labor ; In Service to Art for Art's Sake from Wilde to Proust ; Aesthetic autonomy? Our servants will do that for us ; Wilde: the truth of masks with manners ; Huysmans: the decadent master-servant dialectic ; Henry James: the subtlety of service ; Proust: service in the magic circle ; Aestheticist self-consciousness ; Autonomy from the Person ; Impersonality and Lateness in Eliot and Adorno ; Adorno's theory of impersonality ; Eliot's late style, 1910-1958 ; Four Quartets and musical lateness ; The late style and the intentional fallacy ; Expatriation as Autonomy ; Djuna Barnes, James Joyce, and Aesthetic Cosmopolitanism ; Nightwood: the luminous deterioration of cosmopolitanism ; French nights and the artist's lifestyle ; Wandering Jews, wandering Americans ; "Vagaries Malicieux": losing all connection at the Deux Magots ; Stephen Dedalus's hat ; Literature without External Reference ; Tautology in Wallace Stevens and Paul de Man ; The aesthete is the aesthete ; The Academy of Fine Ideas: Stevens and de Man in the university ; De Man, modernism, and the correspondence theory ; The sound of autonomy ; The plain sense of tautology ; Epilogue: Autonomy Now ; Autonomy, literary study, and knowledge production ; Autonomy abroad: proliferation on the world stage ; The truth about fictions of autonomy ; Index
Series Title: Modernist literature & culture.
Responsibility: Andrew Goldstone.

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The author's thoughtful and important consideration of literary autonomy reopens a provocative conversation with new insight, and it is intelligently and articulately conveyed. * J. Mills, Choice *

 
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