Late Style and its Discontents: Essays in art, literature, and music

  title={Late Style and its Discontents: Essays in art, literature, and music},
  author={Gordon McMullan and Sam Smiles},
Reading Late Modern Wartime in the Anthropocene: Elizabeth Bowen's The Little Girls
  • B. Pong
  • Art
    PMLA/Publications of the Modern Language Association of America
  • 2022
Abstract This article considers the way Elizabeth Bowen's The Little Girls (1963) continually gestures beyond its narrative present, and the consequences this has for the text's interpretation in its
In My End Is My Beginning
Taking as its leitmotif the ‘in my beginning is my end’ of T.S. Eliot’s Four Quartets, this sub-section places endings under the sign of beginnings, and vice versa, through comparison of various
Making Music Redundant
This chapter opens with a statement in which Manic Street Preachers’ lyricist and guitarist Richey Edwards claims that he wants to make music redundant and aims to write music of which the lyrics
The Windowless Monad
This chapter aims to construct a theoretical framework to be able to develop analyses of critique and popular culture, and more specifically of the critique expressed in and by Manic Street Preachers
From Vocational Calling to Career Construction: Late-Career Authors and Critical Self-reflection
A particular challenge when thinking about contemporary writers is that their later works often suffer through critical comparison to earlier ones for which they are well known. Moreover, until
“All out of print”: modernism, minor forms, and Susan Miles’s anachronistic late style
ABSTRACT Susan Miles was a British poet, novelist, women’s rights activist, and member of Bloomsbury literary circles from the 1910s through the 1930s. While she received some recognition for her
Introduction: ‘Requiem for an Age’?
  • O. Rees
  • Art
    The Requiem of Tomás Luis de Victoria (1603)
  • 2019