Category Archives: Subject Theory

Spanish women poets of the 20s and 30s

I have photocopies of the first chapter or two of Catherine Bellver’s excellent book, that I am recycling because I keep forgetting that I have them–and do not seem to be reading the poets in question. They are listed here … Continue reading

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Unas revistas importantes

Revista Iberoamericana 221 (Oct.-Dec. 2007) is entirely available online so I am leaving my beautiful paper copy in this café because I do not recognize the issue when it sits on my shelf. It is on literature and technology but … Continue reading

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Comparative Literature, encore

In order to be more present in things I should also finally read this now old Spivak book and some current discussion on Weltlitteratur.

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Robert Creely and more

A secret conversation that reminded me of how interesting things are even if I am not a great fan of Creeley: Reading Robert Creeley’s letters and coming across him labeling the people at Partisan Review and Kenyon Review “enemies” is … Continue reading

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En la frontera: sujeto y capitalismo

Una lectura que podría ser interesante.

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No hay tal yo de conjunto

No hay.

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In the library

I want this UC Berkeley dissertation: 2010 Daly, Tara Restless Bodies, Unquiet Minds: Poetry, Performance, and Power in the Andean Avant-Gardes. Tarica  

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