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Pitch and Revelation: Reconfigurations of Reading, Poetry, and Philosophy through the Work of Jay Wright
Pitch and Revelation is the first book-length study of the poetry, prose, and dramatic literature of the African American poet Jay Wright (1934–). The authors premise their reading on joy as a foundational philosophical concept. In this, they follow Spinoza, who understood joy as that affect necessary for the construction of an intellectual love of God, leading into the infinite univocity of everything. Similarly, with Wright, joy leads to a visceral sense of what the authors call the great weave of the world. This weave is akin to the notion of entanglement made popular by physicists and contemporary scholars of Science Studies, such as Karen Barad, which speaks of the always ongoing, mutually constitutive connections of all matter and intellectual processes. Will Daddario is a grief worker, teacher, and scholar of theatre and performance. Matthew Goulish co-founded Every house has a door in 2008 with Lin Hixson.
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