New Literary History: OOO Essays
Object-oriented philosophy storms the latest offering from New Literary History. While the entire issue is available through Project Muse, I've uploaded the relevant articles below for easier access.
"The Well-Wrought Broken Hammer: Object-Oriented Literary Criticism," by Graham Harman.
"An Object-Oriented Defense of Poetry," by Timothy Morton.
"Systems and Things: A Response to Graham Harman and Timothy Morton," by Jane Bennett.
I've had a lot to say about the possibility of object-oriented lit crit, in the past, and will post my thoughts on the preceding, at a later date. For now enjoy these great, thought-provoking pieces and post your reactions in the comments thread.