Collected essays.


Denver, A. Swallow [1959] .

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Standard Title Essays. Selections
Subjects American literature -- History and criticism.
American literature.
English literature -- History and criticism.
English literature.
Literature -- History and criticism.
Literature.
Littérature américaine.
Littérature anglaise.
Description 578 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date [1959]
Notes Also issued online.
Contents Preface to Reactionary essays on poetry and ideas -- Preface of Reason in madness -- 1. The present function of criticism -- Literature as knowledge -- Miss Emily and the bibliographer -- The function of the critical quarterly -- 2. Tension in poetry -- Three types of poetry -- Understanding modern poetry -- Techniques of fiction -- The hovering fly -- 3. A reading of Keats -- Hardy's philosophic metaphors -- Emily Dickinson -- Yeats' romanticism -- Hart Crane -- John Peale Bishop -- Narcissus as Narcissus -- 4. The profession of letters in the South -- The new provincialism -- What is a traditional society? -- Religion and the old South -- 5. A note on Donne -- A note on Elizabethan satire -- T.S. Eliot -- Ezra Pound -- Edwin Arlington Robinson -- MacLeish's conquistador -- g[6.] The forlorn demon: The man of letters in the modern world -- To whom is the poet responsible? -- The symbolic imagination: the mirrors of Dante -- The angelic imagination: Poe as God -- Our cousin, Mr. Poe -- Is literary criticism possible? -- Johnson on the metaphysical poets -- Longinus and the "new criticism" -- A miscellany: Crane: the poet as hero ; Ezra Pound and the Bollingen Prize ; A note on critical "autotelism" ; Modern poets and conventions ; The point of dying: Donne's "virtuous men" -- A Southern mode of the imagination.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)325268
(OCoLC)ocm00325268
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Tate, Allen, 1899-1979.
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