Tag: nietzsche

One or Many Gombrowicz’s?


On twentieth-century Poland’s leading author.

A Poetry of Noesis


On Joseph McElroy’s Fiction as a lifelong, dramatic investigation of noesis - that abstract but
evocative concept rooted in Platonic idealism and redefined(through Phenomenology) as
those ineluctable acts of consciousness that constitute reality.

Bataille’s Project: Atheology, Non-Knowledge


Marc LaFountain reviews a new collection of Bataille’s writings and considers the philosopher’s thoughts on prayer in a system and practice of atheology.

Narratological Amphibiousness, or: Invitation to the Covert History of Possibility


Lance Olsen continues the FC/2 authors’ discussion of Carole Maso’s AVA and adds some bits on Laird Hunt, Mark Z Danielewski, Judd Morrissey and Lori Talley, and other recent U.S. avant-gardists.

Of Graphomania, Confession, and the Writing Self


Todd E. Napolitano on the kitsch of on-line journals, most of which have flashed and disappeared since they were panned here, in the Fall 1996 ebr.

Going Gonzo: Following the Trail of the WWWench


Todd E. Napolitano on Going Gonzo: Following the Trail of the WWWench

Restoring Dora Marsden


Michael Wutz reviews Bruce Clarke’s Dora Marsden and Early Modernism: Gender, Individualism, Science

Becoming Postmodern: A Romanian Literature Survey


Florin Popescu introduces Western readers to a national literature whose modern humor and archaic spirituality affront postmodern sensibilities