By Max Blecher
Adventures in rapid Irreality, the masterwork of the Romanian author Max Blecher, vividly paints the crises of "irreality" that plagued him in his early life: eerie and unsettling mirages in which he might glimpse destiny occasions. In gliding chapters that circulation with a unusual dream good judgment in their personal, this memoiristic novel sketches the tremulous, scary, and exhilarating awakenings of a tender guy.
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Page 17 1 Labor and Desire A Gendered History of Literary Radicalism Caroline Bird has called the Depression the "invisible scar," the absent presence that has driven American culture for a half-century. The effects of 30-percent unemployment, bank failures, farm foreclosures, and the dust bowl touched practically every life in the United States during the 1930s, and they still linger as a dulling reminder of capitalism's weaknesses. Bird's image of an invisible scar portrays the 1930s as a wound to the American body politic, the traces of which remain hidden as the historical non-dit, the ideological unspoken text (of history) that inscribes the body (of experience).
In the Norton Anthology of Women 's Literature, subtitled The Tradition in English, Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar establish an alternative canon. Yet their anthology excludes most women's political writing. Few works of feminist literary criticism have analyzed women writers as political theorists, in part because the cultural and historical analyses that established a gendered division between public and private spheres have implied a certain closure regarding the form and content of women's writings.
8. Depressions in literature. 9. Radicalism in literature. 10. Desire in literature. I. Title. II. Series. F45R33 1991 91-50259 CIP "Last Night," by Martha Millet, is used by permission of the author. Portions of the Prologue and Chapter 3 were first published as "Ending Difference/Different Endings: Class, Closure, and Collectivity in Women's Proletarian Fiction," in Genders 8 (Summer 1990). Portions of Chapters 2 and 3 were published as "Maternity as History: Gender and the Transformation of Genre in Meridel LeSueur's The Girl," in Contemporary Literature 29 (Winter 1988).
Adventures in Immediate Irreality by Max Blecher