Lyric Poetry: The Pain and the Pleasure of Words

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INDEX
Abraham, Nicolas, 56
Abse, Wilfred, 98, 110n1, 111nn9 and 10, 111–12nn18 and 19
Adorno, Theodor, 21n13
Agamben, Giorgio, 16, 23n28, 29, 39n1, 39n5, 46, 101
Allen, Gay Wilson, 67
anagrams, 87–91
Anna O., 104–6, 184, 200, 203
Aristotle, 34
Ashbery, John, 40n12, 43–44n28
Auden, W. H., 195n18
Auer, Peter, Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, and Frank Muller, 74n19, 74n24
Aviram, Amittai F., 23n29, 58, 75n29
Barilli, Renato, 34, 41nn16 and 18, 42n20
Bataille, Georges, 148n16
Baudrillard, Jean, 198–99
Benjamin, Walter, 6, 7, 9, 64–65, 68, 72, 77nn40, 41, 42, 44, and 45
Benveniste, Emile, 40nn8 and 9, 45–46
Bishop, Elizabeth, 36, 43n27, 69–72, 86–87
Blake, William, 40n7
Bloom, Harold, 18
body: erotogenic, 78–82, 96–98, 100; historical, 13, 23n29, 102; linguistic, 23n29, 23n31, 58, 78, 96, 98–99, 102, 110n5
Boomsliter, Paul, and Warren Creel, 75n26
Breuer, Josef, 103, 104–6, 200
Brogan, T.V.F., 58
Burke, Sean, 42n22
Bush, Ronald, 115, 130n2, 131n9, 131n14
Carson, Anne, 91–92, 95nn10 and 11
Caruth, Cathy, 60, 76n35
Celan, Paul, 45, 63
Culler, Jonathan, 20n11, 43n25, 58
Cummings, E. E., 39n3
Dann, Kevin, 48–49, 72nn6 and 7
Dante, Alighieri, 173n1, 176n34
David-Menard, Monique, 75n30, 98, 110nn4 and 5
De Man, Paul, 6–9, 21nn17 and 18, 88; on hermeneutics and poetics, 7–10
Deacon, Terrence, 49, 51, 61, 72n10, 73n15, 73n17, 74n20, 76n35, 82
Deleuze, Gilles, 29, 40n11, 61, 97, 110n3; on language and sexuality, 80–81, 93n3
Deleuze, Gilles, and Félix Guattari, 74n25
Dickinson, Emily, 76n39
dismemberment, 84, 87–91
Dissanayake, Ellen, 53
Donoghue, Denis, 126, 130n5
Dore, John, 54
Dove, Rita, 94n5
Duncan, Robert, 43n27
Eliot, T. S., 5, 6, 14, 17, 18, 20n8, 21n16, 22n25, 23nn26 and 27, 40–41nn12 and 13, 41n15, 42n23, 82–83, 106, 172; “Burnt Norton,” 17, 120–30; and economics, 122– 25, 131nn10 and 11; and emotion, 12, 119–20, 129; “The Hollow Men,” 106, 116–17, 127; “Hysteria,” 111n14; “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock,” 115–16, 117; and lyric poetry, 115–17, 119–20, 128; on poetic music and meaning, 129, 132n18; on poetry and belief, 117, 119–20, 122–24, 129–30; “Portrait of a Lady,” 115, 132n15; “Preludes,” 116; and rhetoric, 115–16; The Waste Land, 117–19, 124, 127, 131n12; and will, 116–19, 127
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 22n24
emotions: social threat of, 1–2, 19n2
Felstiner, John 63
Foucault, Michel, 41n19
Freud, Sigmund, 4, 15, 16, 64, 75n31, 80, 90, 93n1, 110nn1, 2, 5, and 6, 193n7; and hysteria, 96–97, 98, 99, 100, 103–5, 111n10, 111n13, 193n5, 196n29, 199, 200; and interpretation, 21n17, 200–201, 203; and the Irma dream, 21n17, 200–203; and names, 200–203; “The Theme of the Three Caskets,” 202; and trauma, 59–60; and the “uncanny,” 198; and the unconscious, 15, 16, 24n32, 61–62, 76n36, 199
Frost, Robert, 3, 59, 131n13
Frye, Northrop, 41n15

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