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The uncreating word; romanticism and the object.

Bloomington, Indiana University Press [1970] .
ISBN 0253189934, 9780253189936

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Subjects Camus, Albert (1913-1960). Étranger.
Camus, Albert <1913-1960> / Étranger.
Camus, Albert, 1913-1960. Étranger.
Étranger (Camus, Albert)
Literarischer Stil.
Literature, Modern -- History and criticism.
Literature, Modern.
Littérature -- Histoire et critique.
Littérature moderne -- Histoire et critique.
Romantisme (littérature)
Description 136 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1. Introduction -- Words and things revisited -- Relevance of L'Etranger -- Words and experience -- Criticism and the arts -- Impulse and conclusion -- 2. Subject and object in romantic fiction -- Materialist psychology and literature -- Don Quixote and L'Etranger -- A sentimental journey -- The sorrows of Werther -- Subject and object: the middle way -- E.T.A. Hoffmann -- Stello -- L'Etranger and After -- 3. The descriptive style: Chateaubriand, Rousseau, Camus -- Chateaubriand -- A digression on landscape -- Rousseau -- L'Etranger -- Chateaubriand (conclusion) -- 4. An end to innocence -- Schiller: the dilemma of experience -- Undine -- de Sade, Diderot, Nietzsche -- Kafka, Heidegger, Sartre -- L'Etranger -- 5. The uncreating word -- The Dunciad and Chaos -- Rimbaud and Raymond Roussel -- Hopkins -- Pre-Lapsarian journalism, Howells, Scribner's sporting stories -- Wordsworth and Robbe-Grillet -- Toward a reconciliation.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)103496
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Massey, Irving.
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