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Shame and Shamelessness
My lecture on Freud, Gide and Immoralism now published by the Fortnightly Review. First given at the 2018 Conference on Poetry and Psychoanalysis. Thanks to Catherine Humble, Susy Lansman and Kathryn Maris for organising this brilliant event.
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Dreadful as the Abortions of an Angel
Click on the image to find the essay! Grey Suit Editions re-published THE CROSS OF CARL by Walter Owen in Spring 2021.
Posted in Essays Tagged Anthony Howell, Edward Field, Kerry-Lee Powell, Robert Browning, trench warfare, Walter Owen, war, war poetry 4 Comments
And having thus created me, Thus rooted me, he bade me grow Guiltless forever, like a tree That buds and blooms, nor seeks to know The law by which it prospers so … André Gide refers to these … Continue reading