Issue 21.1


General Issue

Published: January 1988

See the issue summary and contents below.

 8 essays, totalling 126 pages

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This general issue of Mosaic opens with an examination of Lady Chatterley’s Lover’s historic moral and legal challenges, written by acclaimed novelist J.M. Coetzee. Further discussion of potentially subversive material is found in an essay focused on Arnold Schoenberg and Ezra Pound, while other essays examine either artistic inspiration or genre in the works of Andy Warhol and Goethe, Ernest Hemingway and Gerald Murphy, and Theocritus and Virgil.

The Taint of the Pornographic: Defending (Against) LAdy Chatterley's Lover

J.M. Coetzee

Reconstructing Carthage: Archaeology and the Historical Novel

Andreas Wetzel

Julius Langbehn's Rembrandt als Erzieher: Politics and Cultural Esthetics

Augustinus P. Dierick

Unlikely Affinities: Warhol and Goethe

Peter J. Burgard

Subversive Pedagogies: Schoenberg's Theory of Harmony and Pound's "A Few Don'ts by an Imagiste"

Milton A. Cohen

John Barth and the Healing of the Self

Douglas B. Johnstone

"Nourished at the Same Source" Ernest Hemingway and Gerald Murphy

Linda Patterson Miller

The Funeral Elegy as Pastoral Initiation: Plato, Theocritus, Virgil

Celeste M. Schenck