…and some more Brooke-Rose

April 17, 2012 § Leave a comment

(Although I don’t want this blog just to become an internet memorial, as I’m a big fan, I’m posting these because it’s great to see  what Brooke-Rose meant to different people.)

Full Stop has a great piece on Brooke-Rose that – like Waggish – gives her her dues as a critic, pointing out in particular how ace her ZBC of Ezra Pound is (“avoids the usual heavy-handed oneupmanship of most Pound scholarship” = perfect).

And the Ransom Centre has a little obit on her, with a lovely scan of a page of one of her manuscripts, as well as some great comments from Karen R. Lawrence, who wrote the most recently-published monograph on Brooke-Rose.



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