On Gertrude SteinBy Frances Richard
Gertrude Stein pursued in syntax the theories of perception and experience propounded by her teacher William James, and by thinkers like Einstein and Heisenberg; she activated in poetics the deconstruction of pieties about family, nationality, and genre catalyzed by World War I; she translated into verbal terms the flattened, multi-perspectival observations of Cezanne and Picasso.
The Provocations of Arthur CravanBy Andy Merrifield
I cant remember where I first encountered Arthur Cravan, the poet-boxer and wild man deserter of seventeen nations.
Off the ShelvesBy Book Staff
Mahmood Mamdani, Good Muslim, Bad Muslim: America, the Cold War, and the Roots of Terror; Jim Tully, Beggars of Life: A Hobo Autobiography; Darcy Cosper, Wedding Season; A.S. Byatt, Little Black Book of Stories