An introduction to the issue of listening to the literature In the withdrawal of the Forgotten from the language of signs and from memory, justice, […]
by Ina Čiumakova Sound and memory are intimately connected, both in literature and in philosophy: In “A Sketch of the Past”, Virginia Woolf dreams up a […]
Straight as a Shot
Listening to Patricia Highsmith’s Strangers on a Train This post to The Eaves is a close reading of the pivotal scene of Patricia Highsmith’s 1950 debut […]
Virginia Woolf, Noise, and Modernism
“But the noise!” she said. “The noise!”“The sign of a successful party.” Nodding urbanely, the Professor stepped delicately off. –from Mrs Dalloway Virginia Woolf may […]
Tell Her – the page I never wrote!
Listening to writing as drama Going – to – Her! Happy – Letter! Tell Her— Tell Her – the page I never wrote! Tell Her, […]