Symbolism v. 9: An International Annual of Critical Aesthetics

Symbolism v. 9: An International Annual of Critical Aesthetics

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This is volume 9 in the series Symbolism: An International Annual of Critical Aesthetic. It has a special focus on Literature and Circularity. Volume 9 - Contents: Christoph Henke and Martin Middeke, Introduction; Verena O. Lobsien, ""Squaring the Circle: Neoplatonic Versions of the Self in Early Modern Poetry"" ; Helga Schwalm, ""Circularity and Subjectivity in Autobiography: Conversion, Closure, Hermeneutics, and Beyond"" ; Christoph Henke, ""Life Spirals and Commonsense Aporias: Samuel Johnson's Rasselas Revisited"" ; Aleida Assmann, ""Circle and Line: Cultural Constructions of Time between History and Memory""; Martin Middeke, ""On Circles and Spirals: Time, Repetition, and Meta-Hermeneutics in Literature"" ; Hans Ulrich Seeber, ""Organic and Textual Circularity in Poems by Edward Thomas and W. H. Auden""; J. Hillis Miller, ""The Circle and the Straight Line in William Faulkner's Light in August""; Albert Kummel-Schnur, ""Fake Resurrections: On the Motif of Recurrence in Philip K. Dick""; Julian Wolfreys, ""The Unbearable Circularity of Being""; Susana Onega, ""Circularity and the Quest in the Novels of Jeanette Winterson""; Christina Wald, ""Second Selves, Second Stories: Unreliable Narration and the Circularity of Reading in Ford Madox Ford's The Good Soldier and Chuck Palahniuk's / David Fincher's Fight Club"". General Section : Nazzareno Cicchi, ""'Enigmas without a Clue': The Immanent Symbolism of De Chiciro's Painting and Writing""; Barbara Puschmann-Nalenz, ""The Disturbed Image: (Re-)Visions of Space and Englishness in Contemporary British Fiction""; Daniela Carpi, ""Prospero's Books by Peter Greenaway and The Tempest by William Shakespeare: Science, Magic, and Painting""; Jana Gohrisch, ""The White Man's Descent into Hell: J. M. Coetzee's Novel Disgrace and the Political Uses of Transculturality""; Wilhelm Potters, ""The 'Root' of the Tree Knowledge: Symbols and Icons in Dante's Divine Comedy"".

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  • ISBN13: 9780404635695
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 400
  • ID: 9780404635695
  • ISBN10: 0404635695

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