The tragic vision; variations on a theme in literary interpretation.


New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1960] .

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Subjects Fiction -- History and criticism.
Fiction.
Het tragische.
Roman.
Romans.
Tekstinterpretatie.
Tragic, The.
Tragik.
Tragique (littérature)
Description 271 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1960]
Contents 1. Tragedy and the tragic vision -- 2. Rebellion and the "state of dialogue": The Huguenot anti-ethic of André Gide -- The state of monologue in D.H. Lawrence -- 3. Satanism, sainthood, and the revolution: André Malraux: rebellion and the realization of self -- Ignazio Silone: the failure of the secular Christ -- 4. Disease and health: the tragic and the human realms of Thomas Mann: The end of Faustus: death and transfiguration -- The magic mountain: the failure of "spirituel" mediation -- 5. The world of law as pasteboard mask: Franz Kafka: nonentity and the tragic -- Albert Camus: beyond nonentity and the rejection of the tragic -- 6. Joseph Conrad: action, inaction, and extremity: The varieties of extremity: Heart of Darkness, Lord Jim -- Victory: pseudo tragedy and the failure of vision -- 7. The perils of "enthusiast" virtue: Melville's "enthusiast": the perversion of innocence -- Dostoevsky's "Idiot": the curse of saintliness -- 8. Recent criticism, "thematics", and the existential dilemma: Recent criticism: formalism and beyond -- "Thematics": a Manichaean consequence -- A pseudo-Christian consequence and the retreat from extremity.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)333166
(OCoLC)ocm00333166
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Krieger, Murray, 1923-
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