Poetry and Phantasy
Cambridge University Press, 27.04.1989 - 227 Seiten
In this book the author examines the relation between historical materialism and psychoanalysis for the understanding of literature. He analyzes central poems in the canonical tradition, poems of courtly love, Romantic poetry, and the modernism and post-modernism of Eliot and Pound.
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