Archive

Volume 11 (2021): Cristina Campo: Translation / Commentary

Edited by Andrea di Serego Alighieri and Nicola Masciandaro

A Bell for Cristina – Writing an Image of Echo and Chimera
Daniela Cascella

L’Imperdonabile Cristina Campo
Laura Boella

Six Poems from Passo d’Addio
Adrian Nathan West

Forme dell’Amicizia negli Epistolari di Cristina Campo
Monica Farnetti

Cristina Campo’s Commentarial Reflection on her Literary Translations
Višnja Bandalo

The Fairy Tales in Cristina Campo’s “Della Fiaba”
Cristina Mazzoni

Gli Anni della Perdita: Missa Romana e La Tigre Assenza di Cristina Campo
Nicola Di Nino

Magnificat Equation
Snejanka Mihaylova

Cristina Campo and Iranian Mysticism
Chiara Zamboni

Cristina Campo – The Unforgiveables: A Translation with Commentary
Andrea di Serego Alighieri and Nicola Masciandaro

Volume 10 (2018): Thrones

Astern in the Dinghy: Commentaries on Ezra’s Pound’s Thrones de los Cantares 96-109

Edited by Alexander Howard

You in the dinghy (piccioletta) astern there! (CIX/788)

Mr. Pound Goes to Washington
Alexander Howard (University of Sydney)

Some Contexts for Canto XCVI
Richard Parker (University of Surrey)

Gold and/or Humaneness: Pound’s Vision of Civilization in Canto XCVII
Roxana Preda (University of Edinburgh)

Hilarious Commentary: Ezra Pound’s Canto XCVIII
Peter Nicholls (New York University)

“Tinkle, tinkle, two tongues”: Sound, Sign, Canto XCIX
Michael Kindellan (University of Sheffield)

“In the intellect possible”: Revisionism and Aesopian Language in Canto C
Alex Pestell (Independent Scholar)

Deep Rustication in Canto CI
Mark Byron (University of Sydney)

Shipwrecks and Mountaintops: Notes on Canto CII
Mark Steven (University of Exeter)

Revised Intentions: James Buchanan and the Antebellum White House in Canto CIII
James Dowthwaite (University of Göttingen)

Exploring Permanent Values: Canto CIV
Archie Henderson (Independent Scholar)

Canto CV: A Divagation?
Alec Marsh (Muhlenberg College)

So Slow: Canto CVI
Sean Pryor (University of New South Wales)

‘The clearest mind ever in England’: Pound’s Late Paradisal in Canto CVII
Miranda Hickman (McGill University)

Three Ways of Looking at a Canto: Navigating Canto CVIII
Kristin Grogan (Exeter College, University of Oxford)

‘To the king onely to put value’: Monarchy and Commons in Pound’s Canto CIX
Alex Niven (University of Newcastle)

Volume 9 (2015): Pearl

Edited by Nicola Masciandaro & Karl Steel

“Innoghe”: A Preface on Inexhaustibility –  Karl Steel
The Arbor and the Pearl: Encapsulating Meaning in “Spot” –  William M. Storm
Pearl, Fitt II –  Kevin Marti
Pearl, Fitt III (“more and more”) –  Piotr Spyra
“Pyȝt”: Ornament, Place, and Site – A Commentary on the Fourth Fitt of Pearl –  Daniel C. Remein
Meeting One’s Maker: The Jeweler in Fitt V of Pearl –  Noelle Phillips
“Mercy Schal Hyr Craftez Kyþe”: Learning to Perform Re-Deeming Readings of Materiality in Pearl –  James C. Staples
Fitt 7: Blysse / (Envy) –  Paul Megna
Pearl, Fitt VIII –  Kevin Marti
“Ther is no date”: The Middle English Pearl and its Work – Walter Wadiak
Fitt X – More – Travis Neel
Enough (Section XI) –  Monika Otter
Fitt XII: Ryght –  Kay Miller
Pearl, Fytt XIII –  A. W. Strouse
The Jerusalem Lamb of PEARL –  Jane Beal
Fitt 15 – Lesse –Tekla Bude
Out, Out, Damned Spot: Mote in Pearl and the Poems of the Pearl Manuscript –  Karen Bollermann
Seeing John: A Commentary on the Link Word of Pearl Fitt XVII – Karen Elizabeth Gross
Theoretical Lunacy: Moon, Text, and Vision in Fitt XVIII –  Bruno M. Shah & Beth Sutherland
Delyt and Desire: Ways of Seeing in Pearl –  Anne Baden-Daintree
Fitt XX – “Paye” –  David Coley

Volume 8 (2013)

Kafka’s Zurau Aphorisms — Michael Cisco
Sensuous and Scholarly Reading in Keats’s ‘On First Looking into Chapman’s Homer’ — Thomas Day
Notes to Stephen Rodefer’s Four Lectures (1982) — Ian Heames
Ornate and Explosive Grief: A Comparative Commentary on Frank O’Hara’s “In Memory of My Feelings” and “To Hell with It”, Incorporating a Substantial Gloss on the Serpent in the Poetry of Paul Valéry, and a Theoretical Excursus on Ornate Poetics — Sam Ladkin
On In Memory of Your Occult Convolutions — Richard Parker

Volume 7 (2013) – The Mystical Text (Black Clouds Course Through Me Unending . . . )

Editors: Nicola Masciandaro & Eugene Thacker

In Priora Extendens Me: Confessiones, IX.x.23-25 – Kevin Hart
Abandonment: Giving Voice in the Desert – Ron Broglio
Commentarial Nothingness – Daniel Colucciello Barber
Thinking the Charnel Ground (the Charnel Ground Thinking): Auto-Commentary and Death in Esoteric Buddhism – Timothy Morton
When Death Became a Creature: Saint Francis & Sister Death – Beatrice Marovich
Uncoupling the Hermit: Richard Rolle’s Hermit-ing – Christopher Roman
The Authority of Reason: on John Scottus Eriugena’s Periphyseon, I.508C-513C – Cinzia Arruzza
Silvering, or the Role of Mysticism in German Idealism -Daniel Whistler
Sophia Within, Without Sophia, Whither Sophia: The Longing of Philip K. Dick – Aron Dunlap & Joshua Ramey
The Voice of the Mirror: Strange Address in Hildegard of Bingen – Karmen MacKendrick

Volume 6 (2012) – Black Metal

Editors: Nicola Masciandaro & Reza Negarestani

Of Plications: A Short Summa on the Nature of Cascadian Black Metal – Steven Shakespeare
Black Metal and the Mouth: Always Serving You as a Meal, or, Infected Orality, Pestilential Wounds and Scars – Aspasia Stephanou
The Blackish Green of the Greenish Black, or, The Earth’s Coruscating Darkness – Ben Woodard
Day of Wrath – Eugene Thacker
Appendix: Abstracts – Dominic Fox, Manabrata Guha, Reza Negarestani, Benjamin Noys, Zachary Price, James Trafford

Volume 5 (2011) – On the Love of Commentary

Editors: Nicola Masciandaro & Scott Wilson

What Separates the Birth of Twins – Jordan Kirk
Prosopopeia to Prosopagnosia: Dante on Facebook – Scott Wilson
When You Call My Name – Karmen MacKendrick
All That Remains Unnoticed I Adore: Spencer Reece’s Addresses – Eileen A. Joy
Plato’s Symposium and Commentary for Love – David Hancock
Dreaming Death: the Onanistic and Self-Annihilative Principles of Love in Fernando Pessoa’s Book of Disquiet – Gary J. Shipley
On Not Loving Everyone: Comments on Jean-Luc Nancy’s “L’amour en éclats [Shattered Love]” – Mathew Abbott
The Grace of Hermeneutics – Michael Edward Moore
Tearsong: Valentine Visconti’s Inverted Stoicism – Anna Kłosowska

Volume 4 (2011) – Occitan Poetry

Editors: Anna Kłosowska & Valerie Wilhite

A/Espirar: The Lost Sigh of the Troubadour Tradition – Valerie M. Wilhite
Introduction – Anna Kłosowska
Inextricable – Cary Howie
Rhetoric and Ethics in Sordello’s “Ensenhamen d’Onor” – Bill Burgwinkle
Family Matters – Isabel de Riquer & Andreu Comas
Who Are Cerverí’s Worst Enemies? – Miriam Cabré
Dante Alighieri, Purgatorio XXVI.139-148 – Simone Marchesi
A Musico-Literary Commentary on Bernart de Ventadorn’s “Qan vei la laudeta mover” – Huw Grange
“Lo rossinhols s’esbaudeya” (70, 29): Bernart de Ventadorn, Courtly Ethics and the Catalan Tradition – Marion Coderch
Marcabru in Motion: ‘Dire vos vuoill ses duptanssa’ in chansonniers A and C, and in Maftre Ermengaud’s Breviari d’amor – Luke Sunderland
The Passion of Occitan – Wendy Pfeffer
Suite Provençale for Ocarina, Triangle, and Powerpoint – Virginie Greene

Volume 3 (2010)

The Night Vigil of Shen Zhou – J. H. Prynne
The Rhetoric of Commentary – Carsten Madsen
Fourty-Four Ways of Looking at Marginalia – Louis Bury
A Curious Mistake Concerning Cranial Sutures in Aristotle’s Parts of Animals, or, the Use and Abuse of the Footnote – Barbara Clayton
Kinesis of Nothing and the Ousia of Poetics (Part Review Essay, Part Notes on a Poetics of Auto-Commentary) – Daniel C. Remein
dESIRE Gloss: A Specimen – Kristen Alvanson, Nicola Masciandaro & Scott Wilson

Volume 2 (2010) – On the Poems of J. H. Prynne

Editor: Ryan Dobran

INTRODUCTION – Ryan Dobran
Back On Into The Way Home: “Charm Against Too Many Apples” [The White Stones, 1969] – Josh Stanley
“The Glacial Question, Unsolved”: A Specimen Commentary on Lines 1-31 [The White Stones, 1969]Thomas Roebuck & Matthew Sperling
A Commentary on J.H. Prynne’s “Thoughts on the Esterházy Court Uniform” [The White Stones, 1969] – Robin Purves
J.H. Prynne’s “The Corn Burned by Syrius” [The White Stones, 1969] – Reitha Pattison
Hilarious absolute daybreak [Brass, 1971] – Keston Sutherland
The time of the subject in the neurological field (I): A Commentary on J.H. Prynne’s “Again in the Black Cloud” [Wound Response, 1974] – Michael Stone-Richards
Relativistic Phytosophy: Towards a Commentary on “The Plant Time Manifold Transcripts” [Wound Response, 1974] – Justin Katko
Heigh Ho: A Partial Gloss of Word Order [Word Order, 1989] – John Wilkinson

Volume 1 (2009)

INTRODUCTION – Nicola Masciandaro
BENJAMIN AT THE BARRICADES: THE ARCADES PROJECT AS COMBAT AND INTRIGUE – Erik Butler
RAYMOND ROUSSEL’S SELF HELP NOTES (A COMMENTARY ON BOB PERELMAN’S “CHRONIC MEANINGS”) – Alan Ramón Clinton
THE SOVEREIGN EXCEPTION: NOTES ON SCHMITT’S WORD THAT SOVEREIGN IS HE WHO DECIDES ON THE EXCEPTION – Bruno Gullì
PERIPHERY AND PURPOSE: THE FIFTEENTH-CENTURY RUBRICATION OF THE PILGRIMAGE OF HUMAN LIFE – Stephanie A. Viereck Gibbs Kamath
BEYOND THE SPHERE: A DIALOGIC COMMENTARY ON THE ULTIMATE SONETTO OF DANTE’S VITA NUOVA – Anna Klosowska & Nicola Masciandaro
TINTERN ABBEY, ONCE AGAIN – J. H. Prynne
NEW WORK: A PROSIMETRUM – Daniel C. Remein
PRELUDE TO A READING OF ARISTOTLE’S METAPHYSICS: BETA 1, PARAGRAPH ONE – Adam Rosen
A COMMENTARY ON THERESA HAK KYUNG CHA’S DICTÉE – Michael Stone-Richards