By Jean-Michel Rabaté
1922: Literature, tradition, Politics examines key facets of tradition and heritage in 1922, a yr made well-known by way of the book of numerous modernist masterpieces, equivalent to T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land and James Joyce's Ulysses. person chapters written through prime students provide new contexts for the year's major artworks, philosophy, politics, and literature. 1922 additionally analyzes either the political and highbrow forces that formed the cultural interactions of that privileged second. even if this quantity takes post-WWI Europe as its leader concentration, American artists and authors additionally obtain considerate attention. In its multiplicity of perspectives, 1922 demanding situations misconceptions concerning the "Lost Generation" of cultural pilgrims who flocked to Paris and Berlin within the Nineteen Twenties, hence stressing the broader impression of that momentous yr.
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The verb Rilke uses here is “rauschen”: to rustle, ripple, or make a rushing sound; it is drawn from the vocabulary of German Romanticism, where such ambiguous noises figure as the voice of nature, interpretable only by poets. The elegy ends by reminding us that this is precisely how music originated, in the song of Linos, a Greek demigod sometimes regarded as a predecessor of Orpheus.
Both writers insist that they can cannibalize cultural fragments in order to reshape them to the needs of their own works of art, which will, in turn, fill an emptiness in their contemporary culture while inspiring future literary experiments. In the process of generating such new forms of literary art, each writer also proposes – with some hubris, but much accuracy – that they can change the long-standing formal expectations of their genre. Each were also borrowing from past literary history with what Bersani calls an “encyclopedic intertextuality” (2004, 211) that is sometimes overwhelming and sometimes alienating, creating orders of “inside” and “outside” readers – readers who “get” the references, and readers who are excluded from them, either through lacking a shared erudition or through lacking an inclination to go source hunting.
1922: Literature, Culture, Politics by Jean-Michel Rabaté