The Spring 2012 issue of the Wallace Stevens Journal is a special issue on the topic of “Stevens and the Everyday.” It includes a number of pieces that we thought might be of interest to our regular readers, including an essay by Charles Altieri (U.C. Berkeley) on “Aspect-Seeing and Stevens’ Ideal of Ordinary Experience.” To access the special issue’s table of contents, please click here.
We wanted to draw your attention, in particular, to an essay in this issue by Rachel Malkin (Cambridge University), which thinks about Stevens in light of the writings of Stanley Cavell. To access Prof. Malkin’s article, please click here.
Here is a preview of its first page (click on it to enlarge):