|Vince Sherry mesmerizing the present humble blogger with talk of modernist decadence|
Hot damn, people! Vincent Sherry, author of such books as The Great War and the Language of Modernism and Ezra Pound, Wyndham Lewis, and Radical Modernism (which really shook things up for me) has a new book out: Modernism and the Invention of Decadence. Here he is, talking about "the modernism that hurts." He's a good talker, by the way: he once had me so drawn in that I followed him out of a bar in Louisville, leaving my tab unpaid.
|Sherry, possibly telling Joseph Donahue that whatever I'm saying to Peter O'Leary is bunk.|