My working title is Lorca's Shattered Subjectivities
That title works with my first chapter, on the persons of the verb; and with a Vallejo chapter, and with the Beckett material.
The other chapter was on avant-garde Lorcas, That fits with the idea of making him an avant-garde rather than neopopular poet, even in his neopopular works.
A very simple idea, that the biographical construction of Lorca as a unified autobiographical subject just doesn't work. It's a way of unifying something that isn't capable of being unified.
One of the sections of the first chapter will be on interpellations, second person addresses. Another will be on third person objectifications, distancing effects of converting the I to a he / she / it.
I'm thinking of a shorter book, an extended essay rather than a series of discrete chapters.