Examines the nature of literary criticism and analyzes the works of writers including E. E. Cummings, Henry James, Thomas Mann, and Emily DickinsonAnother extreme is that exemplified in aquot;A Prayer for My Daughter, aquot; where the animating conventions are literary and the piety is natural, and in the consideration of which it would be misleading to introduce the magical convention as more thananbsp;...
|Title||:||Selected essays of R.P. Blackmur|
|Author||:||Richard P. Blackmur|
|Publisher||:||Ecco Pr - 1986|