Month: February 2013


For an interesting introduction to the subject, I recommend Michael H. Whitworth’s anthology of modernist theory in his aptly entitled book, Modernism  [which is part of Blackwell’s Guides to Criticism (2007 Blackwell Publishing)]. As Whitworth frames the issue, “modernism” was… Read More ›


What infections grew from his phantom limb? A pious ulcer leaching sanctimonious puss. The fulsome hunger of retracted bliss. His was an open wound — A wound that always seems to heal, but never does.