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Literary Criticism


Myth and Metaphor

Selected Essays 1974-1988 Northrop Frye Northrop Frye. Edited by Robert D. Denham

This collection of twenty-four of Northrop Frye's essays, nine of which have never been published and several of which have appeared only in obscure sources, focuses on the fundamental themes that have dominated Frye's career and made him one of the world's most influential critics.


The Providence of Wit

Aspects of Form in Augustan Literature and the Arts Martin C. Battestin

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Paradigm and Parody

Images of Creativity in French Romanticism - Vigny, Hugo, Balzac, Gautier, Musset Henry F. Majewski

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The Providence of Wit

Aspects of Form in Augustan Literature and the Arts Martin C. Battestin

By exploring the relationship between the idea of Nature and the idea of Art in the period from 1660-1760, this study attempts to account for the distinctive quality of the 'Augustan mode' in literature in arts. Before what Pope envisioned as the apocalypse of modernism occurred, artists and... More


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