Fredric Jameson Essays
More Is Not Hythlodaeus: Utopia's Early-Modern Enterprise of and Experiments with Individual Subject Formation College
Postmodernism, or, The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism
Thomas More’s Utopia involves circumlocutory ways of distanciating the author’s self from Hythlodaeus’s delineation of the exemplary city. More wanted not only to obfuscate his agency as the author, but also lend a unique credibility to the...