Président de la session "On and Around Rosmarie Waldrop"
Diverse speeche and writing (1999)Detailed reference viewed: 2 (0 ULg)
At the center, what?’ Giacomo Joyce, Roland Barthes and the Novelistic Fragment
in James Joyce Quarterly (1999), 36(4), 765-780Detailed reference viewed: 13 (3 ULg)
Président de la session "Tennyson's Treatment of Arthurian Women"
Diverse speeche and writing (1998)Detailed reference viewed: 5 (0 ULg)
Popular Modernism and The American Prose Poem : From Sherwood Anderson to Kenneth Patchen
in The Prose Poem : an International Journal (1998), 7Detailed reference viewed: 9 (2 ULg)
Book published by Northcote House/ the British Council (1998)
Despite increasing recognition of his unique talents as a novelist and short story writer, J. G. Ballard remains one of the most controversial presences in contemporary British fiction. His obsessions ... [more ▼]
Despite increasing recognition of his unique talents as a novelist and short story writer, J. G. Ballard remains one of the most controversial presences in contemporary British fiction. His obsessions with various forms of violence, alienation, and sexual perversion have puzzled many readers, critics and publishers. Still, Ballard's imaginative powers and the originality of his work have also won him the admiration of a broad and international readership. Examining the whole range of Ballard's writings from the early science fiction stories to Cocaine Nights (1996), Delville's study offers a critical and theoretically informed analysis of his achievements as a novelist and as a commentator on contemporary culture. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 68 (4 ULg)
The American Prose Poem
Book published by University Press of Florida (1998)
The American prose poem has a rich history marked by important contributions from major writers. Michel Delville's book is the first full-length work to provide a critical and historical survey of the ... [more ▼]
The American prose poem has a rich history marked by important contributions from major writers. Michel Delville's book is the first full-length work to provide a critical and historical survey of the American prose poem from the early years of the 20th century to the 1990s. Delville reassesses the work of established prose poets in relation to the history of modern poetry and introduces writings by some whose work in the form has so far escaped mainstream critical attention (Sherwood Anderson, Kenneth Patchen, Russell Edson). He describes the genre's European origins and the work of several early representatives of a modern tradition of the prose lyric (Charles Baudelaire, Max Jacob, Franz Kafka, and James Joyce). By applying a broad range of theory to the history of the prose poem, Delville adds evidence to its reputation as a norm-breaking form by writing within, against, and across existing genres and traditions. He shows that the history of the contemporary prose poem is, in many respects, the record of its efforts to question both the nature of the "poetic" or "lyric" mode and the aesthetic and ideological foundations of a variety of other genres and subgenres. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 33 (4 ULg)
The Bureaucracy of Crime : J. G. Ballard’s Cocaine Nights and the Speculative Thriller
in Analele Universităţii Oradea, Seria Filologie, Fascicola Limba şi literatura (1998)Detailed reference viewed: 9 (0 ULg)
Language Poetry and the Ideology of Form : Without Syntax Is No Politics ?
Conference (1998)Detailed reference viewed: 4 (0 ULg)
Président de la session “Twentieth Century Poetry (I)"
Diverse speeche and writing (1997)Detailed reference viewed: 3 (0 ULg)
The Borderline of Prose: T.S. Eliot and the Anglo-American Prose Poem
in Symbiosis: a Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations (1997)Detailed reference viewed: 65 (0 ULg)
Pop Meets the Avant-Garde: Music and Muzak in Michael Moorcock's Jerry Cornelius Stories
in Morrison, Michael A. (Ed.) Trajectories of the Fantastic (1997)Detailed reference viewed: 17 (1 ULg)