[Msa-discuss] bells in modernism
RMURPHY at uscupstate.edu
Sat Sep 24 20:28:54 EDT 2011
The bildungsroman frame-tale of Flann O'Brien's At Swim-Two-Birds concludes with the pealing of the Angelus, which tells us that the watch the narrator's uncle has just given him in a gesture of reconciliation is 6 minutes slow. Greg Dobbins has a great piece on this novel and postcolonial "Irish time" in the spring 2009 Novel. There are echoes from early Christian bells throughout the novel as well.
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The bells of St Pancras are quite important in Dorothy Richardson's Pilgrimage - they are bound up with her heroine Miriam's love of the city.
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On 24/09/2011, at 11:30 PM, Emma Stanford <estanfor at middlebury.edu> wrote:
> Can anyone suggest works--English modernist poetry or prose--that feature bells as object or symbol? Thanks.
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