Varieties of literary experience; eighteen essays in world literature.


[New York] New York University Press, 1962.

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Subjects Literature.
Description 446 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date 1962.
Contents Five ways of reading Lycidas / M.H. Abrams -- Why Diderot? / Jacques Barzun -- The songs in Mother courage / Eric Bentley -- The writer and our time: Malraux, Sartre, Camus / Germaine Brée -- Literary criticism: poet, poem, and reader / Cleanth Brooks -- Toward a definition of romanticism / Calvin S. Brown -- The three revolutions of modern poetry / Stanley Burnshaw -- How to read Dante / John Ciardi -- Moby-Dick: a Hamitic dream / Edward Dahlberg -- The equívoco of Don Quixote / Angel del Río -- How to read The sound and the fury / Leon Edel -- Oresteia: dramatic form and vision / John Gassner -- Rebirth of a classic: Celestina / Stephen Gilman -- What was modernism? / Harry Levin -- Madame Bovary / Henri Peyre -- Dostoevsky in Crime and punishment / Philip Rahv -- The posthumous history of the Enlightenment / Gregor Sebba -- On the modern element in modern literature / Lionel Trilling.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)326895
(OCoLC)ocm00326895
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WorldCat Identities Burnshaw, Stanley, 1906-2005,
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