Vol 3, No 1 (2015)

Modernism and Rhetoric

Guest-edited by Sascha Bru, Peter Nicholls and Matthias Somers with the editorial assistance of Cyril de Beun.

Table of Contents


Modernism’s Rhetoric (with a note on terror) By Way of Introduction HTML PDF
Matthias Somers, Sascha Bru, Peter Nicholls 1-8
“Sagen”: Brecht’s Aesthetic of Public Address HTML PDF
Sascha Bru, Anke Gilleir 9-31
Ezra Pound and the Rhetoric of Address HTML PDF
Peter Nicholls 32-48
Reframing Modernism: the Corporation, the University, and the Cold War HTML PDF
Mark Wollaeger 49-77
Marshall McLuhan, Rhetoric, and the Prehistory of Media Studies HTML PDF
John Guillory 78-90
The Maker’s Role: or the Limitations of the Conversational Ideas for the Arts HTML PDF
Charles Altieri 91-111
Why Rhetoric is Magic to Modernism HTML PDF
Ken Hirschkop 112-132


Fredric Jameson, The Ancient and the Postmoderns HTML PDF
Julian Murphet 133-142
Jonathan Culler, Theory of the Lyric HTML PDF
Sean Pryor 143-148
Hal Foster, Bad New Days: Art, Criticism, Emergency HTML PDF
Mark Steven 149-155

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