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Bibliografia De Poetas Entrevistados Oct 1987

Bibliografia De Poetas Entrevistados

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

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The Imperishable Perishable Press, Terrance Keenan Apr 1987

The Imperishable Perishable Press, Terrance Keenan

The Courier

When art and meaning come together so effectively, when craft and purpose meld so well, something precious emerges. Of the many one-of-a-kind things in the world, few have a memorable identity. In the work of Walter Hamady the art of bookmaking explores new terrain. The finished product is not a candidate for the museum or the gallery. It holds something for the eye and the mind both, something that was created by human hands to be held by human hands. Often beautiful, always different and provocative, the books of the Perishable Press are durable reminders of the creative spirit at ...


Modern Dramatic Tragedy And Aristotle's Poetics: A Comparison, Kimberly John Babcock Jan 1987

Modern Dramatic Tragedy And Aristotle's Poetics: A Comparison, Kimberly John Babcock

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

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Achim Von Arnim's Novellensammlung 1812: Balance And Mediation, Thomas Paul Bonfiglio Jan 1987

Achim Von Arnim's Novellensammlung 1812: Balance And Mediation, Thomas Paul Bonfiglio

Bookshelf

Working within the context of current Arnim studies, Bonfiglio demonstrates how Novellensammlung 1812 is a coherent opus that allegorically represents a cosmology structured by Arnim's early work in physics along with his reception of Schelling's Naturphilosophie. These influences laid the foundation for an electromagnetic cosmology that informs Arnim's historiography, aesthetics, and poetics. Bonfiglio focuses his study on how Arnim's Romantic science determines his use of tropes, his Romantic idealism, and his own idiom of Romantic irony.