The (proper) name (the head) lives on in anthologization
(as a process which is, in
Edna Longley's meticulously detailed survey of British war poetry, for example, attends closely to the often political criteria governing its anthologization
. Wartime anthologies, she notes, demanded patriotism, where collections gathered between the world wars looked for pity and protest.
In thinking through these poems by regarding them in clusters unbounded by the fetters of anthologization
, Shulman sees "a possible cluster as early as the second and third centuries, and another, more ample and possibly more likely one in the fourth and fifth" (p.
worked to consolidate a hitherto fairly heterogeneous group of poets inspired by Delia Crusca and Anna Matilda into a discrete "movement," and to claim for this movement some kind of literary merit.
In his Translation, Rewriting, and the Manipulation of Literary Fame Lefevere proposed that the same basic processesare at work in translation, literary criticism, the compilation of literary history, anthologization
, and editing and that this is in fact "rewriting": rewriting is the expression and manipulation of a cultural relationship, and tends to respond to ideology in culture and poetics (7-9; on translation and ideology, see also, e.g., Fawcett).
Thus, "it is possible to search such fairly simple concepts as Anthologization
, Contract, Copyright, or Earnings, and also ones, such as Motifs, Techniques, or Narrative Voice, on which the views of its readers, like those of its subjects, are bound to be various" (para.
To modify slightly one of Moretti's observations about the modern novel, "When a culture starts moving towards the modern [recipe book], it's always as a compromise between foreign form and local materials" ("Conjectures on World Literature" 60); true enough, perhaps, but the terms are loaded to the advantage of the genre (modern novel; modern recipe book), just as the ingredients are distorted to conform to the formal units of measure required for routinization--that is, for quantification, documentation, anthologization
, transportation, and duplication.
Ideally, she would have protected all her novels from paperback editions, film and radio adaptation, educational editions, condensation, and anthologization
, but when forced to choose she put "her" Antonia first, saving both the novel and her emotional investment in it from consumption by an undeserving mass public.
Song Zijiang [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] compares the collections of American poetry by these two translators in "Yuan Shuipai's and Stephen Soong's Anthologization
and Translation of American Poetry" [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Evans makes an anthologization
and hence, a canonization, of English literature by commonplacing it.
or occasional anthologization
, probably problematic for an autodidact
(37) If one chooses to see Layton as donning these alternative personae, other poems of his begin to emerge as candidates for more insistent canonization or more frequent anthologization
. Consider "Lines on Myself":