ABSTRACT. In this study, we focus mainly on what might be called Lowell’s “technologies of the self,” with reference, though not exclusively, to his Life Studies (1959). Connected aspects, such as the use of memory, the treatment of time, relations with the Other, are also dealt with here. We read Lowell’s lyrical confession as an attempt to foster meanings that may illuminate one’s personal experience. Finally, it is as an artist that we value him primarily. pp. 79–90

Keywords: confession; experience; history; memory; Other; self

Remus Bejan
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Ovidius University, Romania

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