Changing Subjects: Selected Reviews

The Wallace Stevens Journal

“Dazzling, erudite, and original, Changing Subjects provides us with a powerful new way of understanding the work of Wallace Stevens and twentieth-century American poetry as a whole.”

– Review by Andrew Epstein

American Literature (PDF)

"Reddy's account is a rich one because of how he engages digressiveness as a means of exposition within this study. Reddy recounts multiple eighteenth-century texts with much specificity in order to ferret out their Enlightenment logics and the disruption of these. His overall query into how modern poets challenge Enlightenment knowledge through digressive modes provides much insight into knowledge formation itself."

– Review by Jeanne Heuving