The Antithesis of Context

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e.v. de cleyre, writing for Ploughshares, offers a look at the art of omission from Rankine to Fitzgerald: what it means to omit something from the story, whether it be context or framework, and the implications of that omission on the reading of a work and the discourse on it.


Kyle Williams is a student at Brooklyn College, studying creative writing and literature. You can find more from him on Tumblr at kaywhyelleee.tumblr.com, but don't feel like you have to. More from this author →