DRAWER INDEX AND SITE MAP

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This isn't so terribly necessary, but there should be an alphabetical index of the drawers, if only for karmic reasons.

 

– last updated May 26, 2016

Drawer Index

 

Art 5,1
Cinema 5,2
Contact, Etc. 1,4
Creative Writing 3,1
Culture & Society 6,1
Drawer Index 2,1
Film Strips 3,5
Finnegans Wake 4,2
Gallery 4,5
Games, etc. 6,3
Hatter's Adversaria 4,3
Law 5,5
Literary Theory and General Criticism 3,2
Literature 3,1
Minecraft 6,4
Music 5,3
pdfs 4,1
The Poetry Daily Critique 2,4
Purpose 2,2
Religion 5,4
Reviews 2,5
Science and Mathematics 6,2
Sentence Collection 4,4
Sillies and Works 3,4
Site Information 2,3
What's New 1,3

Site Map

 

Normal site map, only without the direct links. (I'm not that industrustrious; nor am I that bored.) The structure of the site is that the drawers link to a central body of pages. As such, pages can appear under more than one drawer. I do not include links or divisions within pages (as with the multipart essays). I do not include links to other drawers within drawers.

 

  • Art
    • A Basic Statement on the Aesthetic
    • The 'Being' of Aesthetic Literature: Theoretical and Mythical Thinking
    • Immanent Textuality
    • Noble Blasphemy
    • Notes on the Idea of Organicism, Part I: Coleridge
    • Notes on the Idea of Organiciam, Part II
    • Picasso to Warhol: A High Museum of Art Exhibit
    • There and Back: An Expeditionary Journey by Way of Manifesto
  • Cinema
    • Crash Davis vs. the Zombies (Review: Poetry Magazine (Oct. 2015) – Part IX)
    • The Emergence of the Occult from within the Culture of the Occult, or, When a Vampire is Just Trying to Get Laid
    • The Greatest Films: an Exploratory List
    • The Mythic Energies of von Trier's Antichrist
    • An Object Lesson in Brilliance
    • Reviews
    • Shining Books
    • Steve McQueen's 12 Years a Slave: A Review
    • Visual Labyrinths in Body Double
    • Windows in Salò
  • Contact
    • email and twitter
  • Creative Writing
    • Aesthetic Validity and Ekphrasis
    • Aphorisms on the Creative Endeavor
    • A Basic Statement on the Aesthetic
    • The 'Being' of Aesthetic Literature: Theoretical and Mythical Thinking
    • The Burial at Thebes and "Hercules and Anteaus"
    • Calculation: Bad Prose Does Not Make for Good Poetry
    • Close Reading and Aesthetic Sophistication
    • Cold Tea Blues: A Demonstration of Poetic Form
    • Ekphrastic Poetry and Ideational Strength
    • Entrances into Poems and Poetry
    • Genuine and Sham Poetics: "Journey of the Magi"
    • The Importance of Knowledge to Creating
    • Let's Talk about Grammar
    • Not "Write What You Know" but "Know What You Write"
    • A Note on Sophistication and the Individual Reader
    • Notes on the Idea of Organicism, Part II
    • An Object Lesson in Brilliance
    • Passing, Clever Phrases, Life on Mars
    • Poetry in the U.S.: A Response to "Poetry Slam"
    • Porposing Some Natural Laws of Poetic Sound
    • Reading Typography
    • Re-examining the Verse-Prose, Poetic-Prosaic Graph
    • Sonnet 128: A Study in Unity
    • The Standard Fare: Ange Mlinko's "Epic"
    • Tennyson's "Mariana": Ideation and Factuality
    • Three Comments on Technique
    • Using the Word Suddenly
    • Verse or Prose, Poetic or Prosaic
    • Why You Learn Formal Before Free
    • A Writer's Reference Shelf
  • Culture & Society
    • Crash Davis vs. the Zombies (Review: Poetry Magazine (Oct. 2015) – Part IX)
    • The Intellect and the Internet
  • Film Strips
    • tiger dog cat
    • the grammar midterm
    • to serve downton
  • Finnegans Wake
    • Page by Page
    • Source Materials
    • WakeCriticism
    • On-Line Articles
    • Sources Pages Jump Site
    • Themes Pages Jump Site
  • Gallery
  • Games, etc.
    • A Core Chess Library
    • Recasting the Fantasy RPG Alignment Grid
    • Sudoku and Pure Deduction
  • Hatter's Adversaria
    • link to Hatter's Adversaria blog
  • Law
    • Critique: Joel Feinberg's Offense to Others (Noble Blasphemy, Part II)
    • The Fallacy of the Righteousness of the Rule of Law
    • On the Fallacy of Rationalism in Ecnomics and Law
    • Noble Blasphemy
  • Literary Theory and General Criticism
    • Book Reviews
      • Barfield, Owen. Poetic Diction
      • Torgovnick, Marianna. Gone Primitive
      • Tuan, Yi-Fu. Passing Strange and Wonderful
    • 102 (I Didn't Count) Indispensable(??) Works of Literary Criticism
    • Aesthetic Validity and Ekphrasis
    • Aphorisms on the Creative Endeavor
    • Barthes's Mythologies
    • A Basic Statement on the Aesthetic
    • The 'Being' of Aesthetic Literature: Theoretical and Mythical Thinking
    • The Burial at Thebes and "Hercules and Anteaus"
    • Calculation: Bad Prose Does Not Make for Good Poetry
    • Close Reading and Aesthetic Sophistication
    • Considering Lyn Hejinian's My Life
    • Crash Davis vs. the Zombies (Review: Poetry Magazine (Oct. 2015) – Part IX)
    • The Emergence of the Occult from within the Culture of the Occult, or, When a Vampire is Just Trying to Get Laid
    • Entrances into Poems and Poetry
    • Genuine and Sham Poetics: "Journey of the Magi"
    • Immanent Textuality
    • The Intellect and the Internet
    • Jerzy Kosinski's The Painted Bird
    • Let's Talk About Grammar
    • Noble Blasphemy
    • A Note on Close Reading
    • A Note on Sophistication and the Individual Reader
    • Note on Terminology – "The Aesthetic" vs. "Aesthetics"
    • Notes on the Idea of Organicism, Part I: Coleridge
    • Notes on the Idea of Organicism, Part II
    • Observational Notes on Nomic Performance (or, Watching Crispies in their Blinders)
    • On the Chittering of Meerkats
    • Passing, Clever Phrases: Life on Mars
    • #Poppoetry: The Unsurprising Culture of Poetry in the U.S.
    • Reading Typography
    • Re-examining the Verse-Prose, Poetic-Prosaic Graph
    • Sharing a Found Bibliography
    • Story Cards: Notes on the Naïve Narrative
    • Tennyson's "Mariana": Ideation and Factuality
    • There and Back: An Expeditionary Journey by Way of Manifesto
    • Three Comments on Technique
    • Verse or Prose, Poetic or Prosaic
    • Yeats, Folklore, and the Aesthetic
  • Literature
    • "30 things to say to a book snob" – A Literary Elitist's Response
    • Aesthetic Book-Length Works
    • Aesthetic Validity and Ekphrasis
    • The Burial at Thebes and "Hercules and Antaeus"
    • But You Don't Have to Call Me Johnson
    • Close Reading and Aesthetic Sophistication
    • Cold Tea Blues: A Deomonstration of Poetic Form
    • Considering Lyn Hejinian's My Life
    • Contemporary Poetic Banality
    • Defending Poetry Magazine
    • The Emergence of the Occult from within the Culture of the Occult, or, When a Vampire is Just Trying to Get Laid
    • The Fallacy of Unity of Stance in de Sade
    • Genuine and Sham Poetics: "Journey of the Magi"
    • The Importance of Knowledge to Creating
    • Is There a Bar in Publishing?
    • Jerzy Kosinski's The Painted Bird
    • Larkin: "An Arundel Tomb" – a Reading
    • A Literary Timeline
    • Long Form Poems: A List
    • Noble Blasphemy
    • A Note on Close Reading
    • A Note on Sophistication and the Individual Reader
    • Notes Toward the Governing of a Future Literary Journal
    • On Artistic Pretentiousness
    • Passing, Clever Phrases: Life on Mars
    • Poetry in the U.S.: A Response to "Poetry Slam"
    • #Poppoetry: The Unsurprising Culture of Poetry in the U.S.
    • Reading Typography
    • Review: Poetry Magazine (Oct. 2015) – Part I (Introduction)
    • "The River Ever Runs, and Anna Calla": A Joyce Deleuzian Billet-Deux
    • Sonnet 128: A Study in Unity
    • The Standard Fare: Ange Mlinko's "Epic"
    • Story Cards: Notes on the Naïve Narrative
    • Tennyson's "Mariana": Ideation and Factuality
    • Why Study Laetitia Landon?
    • Yeats, Folklore, and the Aesthetic
  • Minecraft
  • Music
    • My Theory on Metallica
  • pdfs
    • Cixzous, Hélène. "Laugh of the Medusa"
    • Donoghue, Denis. "The Use and Abuse of Theory"
    • Jarrell, Randal. "Fifty Years of American Poetry
  • The Poetry Daily Critique
    • link to the Poetry Daily Critique Blog
    • The Best of the Poetry Daily Critique
      • Full Length Essays
        • "30 things to say to a book snob" – A Literary Elitist's Response
        • But You Don't Have to Call Me Johnsons
        • Crash Davis vs. the Zombies (Review: Poetry Magazine (Oct. 2015) – Part IX)
        • Let's Talk About Grammar
        • Poetry in the U.S.: A Response to "Poetry Slam"
        • #Poppoetry: The Unsurprising Culture of Poetry in the U.S.
        • Why Study Laetitia Landon?
      • Creative Writing Oriented Posts
        • Aesthetic Validity and Ekphrasis
        • The Burial at Thebes and "Hercules and Antaeus"
        • Calculation: Bad Prose Does Not Make for Good Poetry
        • Close Reading and Aesthetic Sophistication
        • Cold Tea Blues: A Demonstration of Poetic Form
        • Ekphrastic Poetry and Ideational Strength
        • Genuine and Sham Poetics: "Journey of the Magi"
        • The Importance of Knowledge to Creating
        • Not "Write What You Know" but "Know What You Write"
        • And Object Lesson in Brilliance
        • Passing, Clever Phrases: Life on Mars
        • Proposing Some Natural Laws of Poetic Sound
        • Reading Typography
        • Sonnet 128: A Study in Unity
        • The Standard Fare: Ange Mlinko's "Epic"
        • Tennyson's "Mariana": Ideation and Factuality
        • Three COmments on Technique
        • Using the Word Suddenly
        • Why You Learn Formal Before Free
      • Criticism/Theory Oriented
        • The 'Being' of Aesthetic Literature: Theoretical and Mythical Thinking
        • A Note on Sophistication and the Individual Reader
        • Notes on the Idea of Organicism, Part I: Coleridge
        • Notes on the Idea of Organicism, Part II
        • The Verse-Prose, Poetic-Prosaic Spectra
          • Verse or Prose, Poetic or Prosaic
          • Re-examining the Verse-Prose, Poetic-Prosaic Graph
      • Other Literary Topics
        • Defending Poetry Magazine
        • Entrances into Poems and Poetry
        • Is There a Bar in Publishing?
        • Review: Poetry Magazine (Oct. 2015) – Part I (Introduction)
        • Sharing a Found Bibliography
      • Cultural Criticism
        • The Intellect and the Internet
  • Purpose
  • Religion
    • The G.K. Chesterton Society and Nietzsche
    • Noble Blasphemy
    • Observational Notes on Nomic Performance (or, Watching Crispies in their Blinders)
    • On Christian Universalism
    • Puritan Illusions
  • Reviews
    • Commercial Fiction
      • Kostova, Elizabeth. Swan Theives
    • Literary Ficiton
      • Broch, Hermann. The Death of Virgil
      • Catling, B. The Vorrh
      • Ellison, Ralph. Invisible Man
      • Helperin, Mark. Winter's Tale
      • Kawabata, Yusanari. The Master of Go
      • Kosinski, Jerzy. The Painted Bird< /li>
      • Pamuk, Orhan. The Black Book
    • Poetry
      • Heaney, Seamus. The Burial at Thebes and "Hercules and Antares"
      • Smith, Tracy K. Life on Mars
    • Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror
      • Butcher, Jim. Storm Front
      • Catling, B. The Vorrh
      • Stephenson, Neal. Snow Crash
      • Tolkien, J.R.R. Lord of the Rings
    • Criticism and Theory
      • Barfield, Owen. Poetic Diction
      • Torgovnick, Marianna. Gone Primitive
      • Tuan, Yi-Fu. Passing Strange and Wonderful
    • Non-Fiction: Social Sciences
      • Jacoby, Susan. The Age of American Unreason
    • Cinema
      • 12 Years a Slave
      • Blood Creek
      • Gone Girl
      • The Mist
      • Sacred Flesh
      • Salò: or, 120 Days of Sodom
      • Sicario
      • The Ugly
  • Science and Mathematics
    • Cone and Cylindar: A Mathematical Aporia
  • Sentence Collection
  • Sillies and Works
    • "The Children"
    • "Comes the Crawlers: A Miniature
    • Haec Ipsi Novimus Esse Nihil
    • Limericks
    • "With a Strong Rudder, by an Inly Rose"
  • Site Information
  • What's New