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Whereas the “realization” of the “possible” designates a process of materialization corresponding to the principles of predictability and resemblance, the “actualization” of the “virtual” designates a process of materialization entailing surprise, difference, and creative emergence. ” Gilles Deleuze, Bergsonism (New York: Zone Books, 1988), 97. 72 Ben Anderson, “Becoming and Being Hopeful,” 747. 32 inherent in actually existing objects, scenarios, and worlds. ”74 III. 75 In The Political Unconscious, Jameson argues that in the late nineteenth century, when the unities comprised by the labor process and the community came to be atomized and reified, so too did the sensory and affective dimensions of experience come to be abstracted and reified as subjective phenomena un-tethered from objective conditions.
Eliot, The Waste Land (New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2001 ), 13 [l. 235242]. S. Elot, The Waste Land, 14 [l. 255-6]. 20 Although Stoker and Eliot adopt different positions on women’s workforce participation, both authors might be said to partake in the ideological work of bringing women’s employment expectations into line with the needs of capital for human labor power.
4 As scholars of postwar American literature will know, Plath was writing at a time when the creative autonomy of the fiction writer was bolstered by being set against the seemingly automatic labors of the typist. It was an era when Truman Capote is said to have dismissed Jack Kerouac’s On the Road (1957) with the quip, “That’s not writing. ”5 While Capote was taking aim at the method of textual production that Kerouac dubbed “spontaneous 2 Sylvia Plath, Letters Home: Correspondence, 1950-1963 (New York: Harper & Row Publishers, 1975), 329.
Animal heroes by Ernest Thompson Seton