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The Anxiety of Anticipation ed. by Sima Godfrey (review)

The Anxiety of Anticipation ed. by Sima Godfrey (review) 74Rocky Mountain Review reviewing poems by citing two or three-line excerpts and filling in with interpretations. A last objection has to do with Garrard's tone, which, while attractively light, at times becomes supercilious. This may be an appropriate approach to Lermontov's juvenilia, but it has the effect of undercutting the book's aim of providing a balanced appraisal. volume for the Russian literature shelves. These cavils aside, Garrard's book is a commendable and much-needed ANNE TYLER NETICK College of William and Mary SIMA GODFREY, ed. The Anxiety ofAnticipation. Yale French Studies 66. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1984. 212 p. Ah, the delight of the voices of Yale ringing out the verities of the ancient refrains of classical reflections on classical themes. So accustomed are we to the dithyrambics of hard-core semiotics that we forget the whispers and murmurs of the winds, and the ripples of the forests and streams of gentle erudition. There are twelve voices in this issue of Yale French Studies which Sima Godfrey's prefatory essay describes as addressing "the energy peculiar to the vectors of French literary history." The title is a partial derivative of The Anxiety of Influence by Harold Bloom, who advances a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Rocky Mountain Review Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association

The Anxiety of Anticipation ed. by Sima Godfrey (review)

Rocky Mountain Review , Volume 39 (1) – Jan 6, 1985

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74Rocky Mountain Review reviewing poems by citing two or three-line excerpts and filling in with interpretations. A last objection has to do with Garrard's tone, which, while attractively light, at times becomes supercilious. This may be an appropriate approach to Lermontov's juvenilia, but it has the effect of undercutting the book's aim of providing a balanced appraisal. volume for the Russian literature shelves. These cavils aside, Garrard's book is a commendable and much-needed ANNE TYLER NETICK College of William and Mary SIMA GODFREY, ed. The Anxiety ofAnticipation. Yale French Studies 66. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1984. 212 p. Ah, the delight of the voices of Yale ringing out the verities of the ancient refrains of classical reflections on classical themes. So accustomed are we to the dithyrambics of hard-core semiotics that we forget the whispers and murmurs of the winds, and the ripples of the forests and streams of gentle erudition. There are twelve voices in this issue of Yale French Studies which Sima Godfrey's prefatory essay describes as addressing "the energy peculiar to the vectors of French literary history." The title is a partial derivative of The Anxiety of Influence by Harold Bloom, who advances a

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