Articles in this issue
- Self-Imposed Fetters: The Productivity of Formal and Thematic Restrictions
Matthias Bauer, 27:1-18.
- “[M]emories and similes laid side by side”: The Paratactic Poetics of Alice Oswald’s Memorial[fn]This essay is based on a talk we presented at the 14th International Connotations Symposium “Self-Imposed Fetters: The Productivity of Formal and Thematic Restrictions” in 2017. We would like to thank Matthias Bauer, who initially suggested the topic of the symposium (see Bauer), and the participants, who made helpful comments on our talk. Thanks are also due to Manuel Baumbach, Maik Goth, Frank Kearful, Anton Kurenbach, Theodor Lindken, Svenja Schürmann and the two anonymous Connotations readers for their criticisms of previous drafts of the essay.[/fn]
Lena Linne and Burkhard Niederhoff, 27:19-47.
- Why Does Jig Smile? Readings of “Hills Like White Elephants”
Daniel Avitzour, 27:48-77.
- Irreconcilable (Dis)Continuity: De Doctrina Christiana and Milton[fn]This article variously rearranges, reformulates and expands on parts of the following published material by the author (cf. bibliography): Milton’s Inward Liberty and “More Challenges to Milton’s Authorship of De Doctrina Christiana.”[/fn]
Filippo Falcone, 27:78-105.
- Faulkner and Race
Arthur Kinney, 27:106-19.
- Community and Conflict: A Practitioner’s Perspective on Verse Drama
Richard O' Brien, :120-54.
- Literature, Culture, and Other Redundancies: Close Reading Donne
Judith H. Anderson, 27:155-66.
- Ways of Reading Donne’s St. Paul’s Epitaph: Close, Comparative, Contextu[r]al, Concrete
Theresa M. DiPasquale, 27:167-89.