[Msa-discuss] Embroidery in Modernist Works

David McWhirter d-mcwhirter at tamu.edu
Tue Jun 26 15:28:34 EDT 2012


Henry James's New York Edition prefaces repeatedly employ embroidery 
images/metaphors to talk about the novelist's art.  David

On 6/26/2012 1:32 PM, Jennifer Williams wrote:
> Dear All,
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> I'm trying to work through an idea about embroidery and sewing in the 
> works of modernist writers.  I honestly don't know if this is a broad 
> question or not, but does anyone know of works that include references 
> to or scenes of embroidery and sewing?
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> Thanks very much,
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> Jennifer
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