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Emerson as priest of Pan : a study in the metaphysics of sex / Erik Ingvar Thurin.


Lawrence : Regents Press of Kansas, [1981] .
ISBN 070060216X

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Subjects Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882.
Emerson, Ralph Waldo.
Erotik (Motiv)
Love in literature.
Metaphysics in literature.
Metaphysik.
Polarity in literature.
Prosa.
Sex in literature.
Description xviii, 292 pages : portrait ; 23 cm
Copyright Date [1981]
©1981
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 269-273) and index.
Also issued online.
Contents Symbolism and science: Emerson's poet as reconciler and redeemer -- Sexual polarity and sexual politics: Emerson and the emancipation of women -- The man of beauty and woman's beauty: an aspect of Emerson's aesthetics -- A tragic vision: Emerson's house of pain revisited -- Optimism and experience: Emerson's encounter with the irrational -- Dialectic and marriage: Emerson's theoretical-practical dilemma -- Divine affiliation and earthly parents: Emerson and the fall of man -- The ideal state of man: Emerson's angelic dream -- Mutability: Emerson's transformation of an old human grievance -- Heavenly influence: the Influxus mysticus in Emerson's theory of friendship -- Androgynous completeness: the mental constitution -- Metaphysical narcissism: Emerson and man's divine solitude -- The marriage of heaven and hell: Emerson's alternative to Blake -- Europe and Asia: Emerson's myth of the balanced soul.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7279855
(OCoLC)ocm07279855
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WorldCat Identities Thurin, Erik Ingvar.
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