Phillip Herring

Standard Name: Herring, Phillip


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Reception Djuna Barnes
DB appeared to distance herself from the work later in her life. In her Foreword to a 1972 reprint of the Almanack, DB called the work a slight satiric wigging written in an idle...
Textual Features Djuna Barnes
Phillip Herring calls Ryderessentially an autobiographical family chronicle in experimental form.
Herring, Phillip. Djuna: The Life and Work of Djuna Barnes. Penguin, 1995.
In this highly allusive novel, DB imitates and parodies a wide range of literary styles, from Chaucer to nineteenth-century sentimental novels.
Broe, Mary Lynn. “Introduction”. Silence and Power: A Reevaluation of Djuna Barnes, Southern Illinois University Press, 1991, pp. 3 - 23.


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