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Anarchism is Not Enough
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
A Note on the Text
Creating Criticism: An Introduction to Anarchism Is Not Enough
Laura Riding: A Chronology
THE MYTH
LANGUAGE AND LAZINESS
THIS PHILOSOPHY
WHAT IS A POEM?
A COMPLICATED PROBLEM
ALL LITERATURE
MR. DOODLE-DOODLE-DOO
AN IMPORTANT DISTINCTION
THE CORPUS
POETRY AND MUSIC
POETRY AND PAINTING
POETRY AND DREAMS
JOCASTA
HOW CAME IT ABOUT?
HUNGRY TO HEAR
IN A CAFE
FRAGMENT OF AN UNFINISHED NOVEL
WILLIAM AND DAISY: FRAGMENT OF A FINISHED NOVEL
AN ANONYMOUS BOOK
THE DAMNED THING
LETTER OF ABDICATION
Notes on the Text
Appendix I. Three Commentaries on Anarchism Is Not Enough
Appendix II. Author to Critic: Laura (Riding) Jackson on 'Jlnarchism Is Not Enough"
Selected Bibliography of Works by Laura Riding
Selected Critical Bibliography

About the Author

Laura Riding was born Laura Reichenthal in 1901. She became a well-known and prolific poet, critic, and editor during her expatriate years (1926-1939) in Europe. She and Robert Graves ran the Seizin Press and collaborated on works including the influential A Survey of Modernist Poetry (1927). Riding's many books from these years include Contemporaries and Snobs; Poet: A Lying Word; The Life of the Dead; Progress of Stories, and her Collected Poems of 1938. After a long hiatus, she returned to publishing in 1972 with The Telling. She wrote steadily until her death in 1991. Lisa Samuels has published essays on poetry and literary theory as well as a book of poems, The Seven Voices (1998). She teaches contemporary poetry at the university of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

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