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Radio Corpse. Imagism and the Cryptaesthetic of Ezra Pound. - Pound, Ezra) Tiffany, Daniel
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1995, ISBN: 0674746627

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[EAN: 9780674746626], [PU: -Harvard University Press -], RADIO CORPSE. IMAGISM AND THE CRYPTAESTHETIC OF EZRA POUND., Literary Criticism|American|General, Literary Criticism|European|English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh, Literary Criticism|General, Literary Criticism|Poetry, Literary Criticism|Semiotics & Theory, Philosophy|Aesthetics, Jacket, First edition. x+302 pages with index. Cloth. Fine in dustjacket. About the origins of Anglo-American poetic modernism, one thing is certain: it started with a notion of the image, described variously by Ezra Pound as an ideogram and a vortex. We have reason to be less confident, however, about the relation between these puzzling conceptions of the image and the doctrine of literary positivism that is generally held to be the most important legacy of Imagism. No satisfactory account exists, moreover, of what bearing these foundational principles may have on Pound's later engagement with fascism. Nor is it clear how figures such as the vortex and the ideogram might contribute generally to our understanding of modern visual culture and its compulsive appeal. "Radio Corpse" addresses these issues and offers a revision of one of the most powerful and persistent aesthetic ideologies of modernism. Focusing on the necrophilic dimension of Pound's earliest poetry and on the inflections of materiality authorized by the modernist image, Daniel Tiffany establishes a continuum between Decadent practice and the incipient avant-garde, between the prehistory of the image and its political afterlife, between what Pound calls the "corpse language" of late Victorian poetry and a conception of the image that borrows certain "radioactive" qualities from the historical discovery of radium and the development of radiography. Emphasizing the phantasmic effects of translation (and exchange) in Pound's poetry, Tiffany argues that the cadaverous - and radiological - properties of the image culminate, formally and ideologically, in Pound's fascist radio broadcasts during World War II. Ultimately, the invisibility of these "radiant" images places in question basic assumptions regarding the optical character of images - assumptions currently being challenged by imageric technologies such as magnetic resonance imaging and positron emission tomography.

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1995, ISBN: 9780674746626

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Cambridge, Massachusetts and London, England: Harvard University Press, 1995. 1995 date at title and copyright pages. Black full-cloth boards, silver embossed spine titles, fine. Pages fine, no writing. Bind fine; hinges intact. Dj fine; protected in new clear sleeve. Cover "vortograph" of Ezra Pound from 1916. Heavy substantial book design by Gwen Frankfeldt. About the origins of Anglo-American poetic modernism, one thing is certain: it started with an image, described variously by Ezra Pound as an ideogram and a vortex. We have reason to be less confident about the relation between these puzzling conceptions of the image and the doctrine of literary positivism that is generally held to be the most important legacy of Imagism. No satisfactory account exists of what bearing these principles may have on Pound's later engagement with fascism. Nor is it clear how figures such as the vortex and the ideogram contribute to our understanding of modern visual culture and its compulsive appeal. Radio Corpse addresses these issues and offers a fundamental revision of one of the most powerful and persistent aesthetic ideologies of modernism. Focusing on the necrophilic dimension of Pound's earliest poetry and on the inflections of materiality authorized by the modernist image, Daniel Tiffany establishes a continuum between Decadent practice and the incipient avant-garde, between the prehistory of the image and its political afterlife, between what Pound calls the "corpse language" of late Victorian poetry and a conception of the image that borrows "radioactive" qualities from the historical discovery of radium and the development of radiography. Emphasizing the phantasmic effects of translation (and exchange) in Pound's poetry, Tiffany argues that the cadaverous--and radiological--properties of the image culminate, formally and ideologically, in Pound's radio broadcasts during World War II. Ultimately, the invisibility of these "radiant" images places in question basic assumptions regarding the optical character of images. Includes detailed index. 302 pages. Insured post.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" Tall., Harvard University Press, 1995

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-Harvard University Press, 1995-. First edition. x+302 pages with index. Cloth. Fine in dustjacket. About the origins of Anglo-American poetic modernism, one thing is certain: it started with a notion of the image, described variously by Ezra Pound as an ideogram and a vortex. We have reason to be less confident, however, about the relation between these puzzling conceptions of the image and the doctrine of literary positivism that is generally held to be the most important legacy of Imagism. No satisfactory account exists, moreover, of what bearing these foundational principles may have on Pound's later engagement with fascism. Nor is it clear how figures such as the vortex and the ideogram might contribute generally to our understanding of modern visual culture and its compulsive appeal. "Radio Corpse" addresses these issues and offers a revision of one of the most powerful and persistent aesthetic ideologies of modernism. Focusing on the necrophilic dimension of Pound's earliest poetry and on the inflections of materiality authorized by the modernist image, Daniel Tiffany establishes a continuum between Decadent practice and the incipient avant-garde, between the prehistory of the image and its political afterlife, between what Pound calls the "corpse language" of late Victorian poetry and a conception of the image that borrows certain "radioactive" qualities from the historical discovery of radium and the development of radiography. Emphasizing the phantasmic effects of translation (and exchange) in Pound's poetry, Tiffany argues that the cadaverous - and radiological - properties of the image culminate, formally and ideologically, in Pound's fascist radio broadcasts during World War II. Ultimately, the invisibility of these "radiant" images places in question basic assumptions regarding the optical character of images - assumptions currently being challenged by imageric technologies such as magnetic resonance imaging and positron emission tomography., -Harvard University Press, 1995-

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Radio Corpse: Imagism and the Cryptaesthetic of Ezra Pound

About the origins of Anglo-American poetic modernism, one thing is certain: it started with a notion of the image, described variously by Ezra Pound as an ideogram and a vortex. We have reason to be less confident, however, about the relation between these puzzling conceptions of the image and the doctrine of literary positivism that is generally held to be the most important legacy of Imagism. No satisfactory account exists, moreover, of what bearing these foundational principles may have on Pound's later engagement with fascism. Nor is it clear how figures such as the vortex and the ideogram might contribute generally to our understanding of modern visual culture and its compulsive appeal.< P>

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780674746626
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0674746627
Version reliée
Date de parution: 1998
Editeur: HARVARD UNIV PR
Poids: 0,689 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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