Scholarly writing and how to get it done. / And a workshop for my own ideas, scholarly and poetic
I am posting this as a benchmark, not because I think I'm playing very well yet. The idea would be post a video every month for a ye...
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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