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Shattered Objects – Djuna Barnes’s Modernism
– Times Literary Supplement

“As the subtitle of this collection of essays plainly implies, Barnes did modernism her way. She might have been ambivalent about the movement, resulting in what Daniela Caselli calls her “aesthetics of uncertainty”. But there is no doubting her credentials as a modernist mover and shaker: as a Left Bank journalist, an interviewer of James Joyce, the author of that late modernist masterpiece Nightwood (1936) and the beneficiary of Peggy Guggenheim’s largesse. Yet Barnes also slips away from easy chronology and canonization, not least because of her longevity [...] Barnes’s reputation has long been framed as a story of decline – as that of a once dazzling author turned (by the mid-century) recluse” – read more

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