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The anxiety of influence; a theory of poetry.


New York, Oxford University Press, 1973.
ISBN 9780195016130, 0195016130

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Subjects Dichtkunst.
Poetik.
Poetry.
Poétique.
Description 157 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1973.
Contents Prologue: It was a great marvel that they were in the father without knowing him -- Introduction: A meditation upon priority and a synopsis -- Clinamen or poetic misprision -- Tessera or completion and antithesis -- Kenosis or repetition and discontinuity -- Interchapter: A manifesto for antithetical criticism -- Daemonization or the counter-sublime -- Askesis or prugation and solipsism -- Apophrades or the return of the dead -- Epilogue: Reflections upon the path.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)578186
(OCoLC)ocm00578186
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WorldCat Identities Bloom, Harold.
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