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The Resource Scanning the Hypnoglyph : Sleep in Modernist and Postmodern Representation

Scanning the Hypnoglyph : Sleep in Modernist and Postmodern Representation

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Scanning the Hypnoglyph : Sleep in Modernist and Postmodern Representation
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Scanning the Hypnoglyph
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Sleep in Modernist and Postmodern Representation
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Consciousness, Literature and the Arts
Scanning the Hypnoglyph : Sleep in Modernist and Postmodern Representation
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Scanning the Hypnoglyph : Sleep in Modernist and Postmodern Representation
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Scanning the Hypnoglyph: Sleep in Modernist and Postmodern Representation -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- List of Figures -- 1: Introduction: From Hypnos to the Hypnoglyph -- Formatting the Hypnoglyph -- Sleep and Narrative Resistance -- Sleep and Cognitive Study -- The Dream, Textual Servant -- Fighting Sleep: Christian Directory X2 (Persons and Baxter), Descartes's Cogito, and Pascal -- Baudelairean and Other Beginnings -- Sleep amid Mid-nineteenth Century Migrations of Religious Discourse -- 2: A Life in the Day of a Hypnoglyph: Vertical Slumber and Other Typicalities -- Elizabeth Bishop's "Sleeping Standing Up" -- Robert Lowell's "Man and Wife" -- Vincent Desiderio's The Sleeping Family -- Vincent Desiderio's The Intepretation of Color -- 3: The Size of Sleep, Sizing the Self -- Richard Wilbur's "Walking to Sleep" -- Anselm Kiefer's The Rose Gives Honey to the Bees (Dat Rosa Mel Apibus) -- Fran Gardner's No Need for Wings -- Fran Gardner's Orienting the Self -- David Yaghjian's Sleep -- 4: Latter-Day Ariadnes: From Hypnoglyph to Somnoscript -- Anne Sexton's "Briar Rose (Sleeping Beauty)" -- Marguerite Duras's The Malady of Death (La maladie de la mort) -- Yasunari Kawabata's "House of the Sleeping Beauties" -- Anselm Kiefer's Brunnhilde Sleeps -- 5: Alternate Endymions, Other Ariadnes -- Gustav Courbet's Sleep (The Two Friends) -- The Plurisexual Marcel Proust -- The Queer Schlaraffenland of Paul Cadmus -- Signorelli's Afterlife: Freud to Lacan -- Andy Warhol's Sleep -- Marguerite Duras's Blue Eyes Black Hair (Les yeux bleus cheveux noirs) -- Mark Tansey's Utopic -- Vincent Desiderio's Couple -- 6: Conclusion: The Hypnoglyph and the Misclosure of the Postmodern -- Bibliography -- Index
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