Scholarly writing and how to get it done. / And a workshop for my own ideas, scholarly and poetic
I remember when I was a young academic and I thought it would be good to talk about William Carlos Williams at the MLA at some point, but ev...
That's the "no signposting" paper, right?
One of them... The second of third I've tried to do like that.
I do have pdf that I can share if anyone is interested in the article.
Congratulations!!! Sounds like a fascinating issue of the journal. I'd be very interested in reading the article.
Thank you for the article. I really love how clear and unencumbered your writing style is. Once I learn to write this way, I will be a happy person.Also, the article is extremely accessible even to somebody who only very recently heard the name of Valente for the first time and discovered that late modernism existed. I mean myself, of course.I'm one of those hardcore fans of Juan Goytisolo who are uncomfortable with Zambrano's essentialism. Now I am seeing that when I taught Zambrano in my History of Ideas course, I didn't do a very good job.
Thanks for your compliments. This will be the chapter on Zambrano, of my book What Lorca Knew.
Good, excellent, this is a journal I´d browse if we got it on paper and had one of those journal browsing areas some libraries have, and/but that I tend to forget to seek out more specifically - the whole issue looks really interesting.You keep on posting this kind of news, y´heah?
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