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Tytuł :
Introduction: London disfigured
Autorzy :
Julian Wolfreys
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Źródło :
writing London : Volume 2: materiality, memory, spectrality. :1-22
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This is London really young, really pagan, really idyllic … really holding its population by the spell … of contagious humanity and of infinite human contacts.
Ford Madox Ford
We have had, as we advanced, to multiply our irreducible data and to complicate more and more the simple hypothesis from which we started. But have we gained anything by it? Though the matter which we have been led to posit is indispensable in order to account for the marvellous sensations among themselves, we still know nothing of it, since we must refuse to it all the qualities perceived, all the sensations of which it has only to explain the correspondence. It is not then, it cannot be, anything of what we know, anything of what we imagine. It remains a mysterious entity.
Henri Bergson
The city’s topography is a palimpsest within which all the most magnificent or monstrous cities of the world can be discerned … [But] who can fathom the depths of London?
Peter Ackroyd
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Tytuł :
A coincidence of disparate incidents: London undone or, seven artists in search of the city
Autorzy :
Julian Wolfreys
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Źródło :
writing London : Volume 2: materiality, memory, spectrality. :209-236
Materiał oryginalny :
Kew holds even more attractions, if only bitter-sweet ones, memories of prewar lust.
Michael Moorcock, Mother London
[…] — or as [if] noon and night Had clapped together and utterly struck out The intermediate, undoing themselves In the act. Your city poets see such things …
Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Aurora Leigh
She’s certainly a great World, there are so many little worlds in Her; She is the great Bee-hive of Christendome …
Donald Lupton, London and the Countrey Carbonadoed
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Tytuł :
‘That particular psychic London’: the uncanny example of Elizabeth Bowen
Autorzy :
Julian Wolfreys
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Źródło :
writing London : Volume 2: materiality, memory, spectrality. :59-83
Materiał oryginalny :
And yet, what do I see from the window if not hats and coats that could conceal spectres or automatons?
René Descartes
Writing is eventful; one might say it is in itself eventfulness.
Elizabeth Bowen
[T]he image has to be present and past, still present and already past, at one and the same time. If it was not already past at the same time as present, the present would never pass on. The past does not follow the present that it is no longer, it coexists with the present it was. The present is the actual image, and its contemporaneous past is the virtual image, the image in a mirror.
Gilles Deleuze
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Tytuł :
Sites of resistance, sites of memory: Iain Sinclair’s ‘delirious fictions’ of London
Autorzy :
Julian Wolfreys
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writing London : Volume 2: materiality, memory, spectrality. :161-193
Materiał oryginalny :
Today, we seem to suffer from a hypertrophy of memory …
Andreas Huyssen
‘I want to make tracings of unseen acts … I want erasures … I want the acts to repeat … To erase time and to bend its direction of flow.’
Joblard, White Chappell Scarlett Tracings
We only plunge deeper into our own confusions: turn away and the maze unravels. It is a ghost trap.
Iain Sinclair
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Tytuł :
Staging the city: London at the fin de siècle and the crisis of representation
Autorzy :
Julian Wolfreys
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Źródło :
writing London : Volume 2: materiality, memory, spectrality. :25-55
Materiał oryginalny :
Victorian London was not only haunted by the ruins of its past, it was also possessed by dystopic visions of its future … a strong and stable modern metropolis … was … an impossible goal, for the future itself was already adulterated with spectres of collapse and loss.
Lynda Nead
A yellow pall of fog had suddenly descended on London …
Marie Belloc Lowndes
How might one free oneself from the cowardliness pressing upon social convictions of the present, subjugated as they are to reactive, mimetic, and regressive posturings?
Avital Ronell
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Tytuł :
The insatiable crisis of memory: Maureen Duffy’s Capital
Autorzy :
Julian Wolfreys
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Źródło :
writing London : Volume 2: materiality, memory, spectrality. :84-106
Materiał oryginalny :
… it is an echo that speaks.
Rainer Nägele
Neurotics are often very reliable prophets.
Elissa Marder
Perhaps all cities at all times have been, are surreal.
Maureen Duffy
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Tytuł :
'All the living and the dead': Urban Anamnesis in John Berger and Iain Sinclair
Autorzy :
Julian Wolfreys
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Źródło :
Writing London Volume 3 : Inventions of the City. :159-190
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Tytuł :
'Concatenated words from which the sense seemed gone': The Waste Land
Autorzy :
Julian Wolfreys
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Źródło :
Writing London Volume 3 : Inventions of the City. :191-246
Materiał oryginalny :
And I saw the dead, small and great, stand before God; and the books were opened: and another book was opened, which is the book of life: and the dead were judged out of those things which were written in the books, according to their works.
And the sea gave up the dead which were in it; and death and hell delivered up the dead which were in them: and they were judged every man according to their works.
Revelations, 20: 13–14
He builded it, in rage & in fury. It is the Spiritual Fourfold London: continually building & continually decaying desolate!
William Blake, Jerusalem
It is perhaps in the music hall, and sometimes in the cinema, that we have an opportunity for partial realization … the English comedian supplies in part, and unconsciously … fragments of a possible English myth …
T. S. Eliot, The Romantic Englishman
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Tytuł :
Between Seeing and Knowing: Amy Levy, Arnold Bennett and Urban Counter-romance
Autorzy :
Julian Wolfreys
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Źródło :
Writing London Volume 3 : Inventions of the City. :81-158
Materiał oryginalny :
There may have been fogs for centuries in London. I dare say there were. But no one saw them, and so we do not know anything about them. They did not exist until art invented them. Now it must be admitted, fogs are carried to excess. They have become the mere mannerisms of a clique …
Oscar Wilde, ‘The Decay of Lying’
… the tube always filled him with wonder and romance, and always threw him up out of the earth … with such a strange exhilaration of soul.
Arnold Bennett, Buried Alive
[M]erely by its existence around you, [London] quickens the brain, fosters thought that in the country would never come …
Anon., The Spectator (1889)
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Tytuł :
The 'tortuous geography of the night world': 'Productive disorder' and the Noctuary Text
Autorzy :
Julian Wolfreys
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Źródło :
Writing London Volume 3 : Inventions of the City. :37-80
Materiał oryginalny :
One can only believe entirely, perhaps, in what one cannot see.
Virginia Woolf, Orlando
I have got a Parcel of Visions and other Miscellanies in my Noctuary.
Spectator, 1714
The suburban evening was grey and yellow on Sunday; the gardens of the small houses to left and right were rank with ivy and tall grass and lilac bushes; the tropical South London verdure was dusty above and mouldy below; the tepid air swarmed with flies. Eeldrop, at the window, welcomed the smoky smell of lilac, the gramophones, the choir of the Baptist chapel, and the sight of three small girls playing cards on the steps of the police station.
T. S. Eliot, ‘Eeldrop and Appleplex’
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Tytuł :
The Hieroglyphic Other: The Beetle, London and the Anxieties of Late Imperial England
Autorzy :
Julian Wolfreys
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Źródło :
Writing London Volume 3 : Inventions of the City. :8-35
Materiał oryginalny :
… what a monster must London be, extending (to take it in a line) from the farther end of Chelsea, west, to Deptford-Bridge east, which I venture to say, is at least eleven miles.
Daniel Defoe
A modern suburb is a place which is neither one thing nor the other.
Anon., 1876
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Tytuł :
Introduction: Of Invention and the Singularities of the City of London
Autorzy :
Julian Wolfreys
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Źródło :
Writing London Volume 3 : Inventions of the City. :1-7
Materiał oryginalny :
It is not that I have no more to say of London, that I break off here; but that I have no room to say it …
Daniel Defoe
I have often amused myself with thinking how different a place London is to different people.
James Boswell
… we have had no time to Londonize ourselves …
Frances Burney
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Tytuł :
‘A tiny light/seen in the mind’s eye as a phoneme’: the Poetry of Peter Ackroyd
Autorzy :
Jeremy Gibson
Julian Wolfreys
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Źródło :
Peter Ackroyd : The Ludic and Labyrinthine Text. :35-66
Materiał oryginalny :
It is so hard to tell parody from pathos Geoffrey Hartman
I have long had a taste for discontinuous writing Roland Barthes
I do not know any other way of associating with great tasks than play Friedrich Nietzsche
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Tytuł :
‘Endless Variety’: Writing the City in the Biographies, The House of Doctor Dee & Dan Leno and the Limehouse Golem
Autorzy :
Jeremy Gibson
Julian Wolfreys
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Źródło :
Peter Ackroyd : The Ludic and Labyrinthine Text. :170-218
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Tytuł :
Stephen Hero: Laughing in — and at — the Institution
Autorzy :
Julian Wolfreys
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Źródło :
Re: Joyce Text ● Culture ● Politics. :63-76
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