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The Mirror and the Lamp Romantic Theory and the Critical Tradition

The Mirror and the Lamp - Abrams, M. H. - Régikönyvek
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With this book, M.H. Abrams has given us a remarkable study, admirably conceived and executed, a book of quite exceptional and no doubt lasting significance for a number of fields - for the history of ideas and comparative literature as well as for English literary history, criticism and aesthetics.

Sorozatcím:
The Norton Library
Kiadó:
W. W. Norton & Company
Kiadás éve:
1958
Kiadás helye:
New York
Kötés típusa:
ragasztott papír
Terjedelem:
406
Nyelv:
angol
Méret:
Szélesség: 13.00cm, Magasság: 20.00cm
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PREFACE, vii

I. INTRODUCTION: ORIENTATION OF CRITICAL THEORIES, 3
L Some Co-ordinates of Art Criticism, 6
ii. Mimetic Theories, 8
iii. Pragmatic Theories, 14
iv. Expressive Theories, 21
v. Objective Theories, 26

II. IMITATION AND THE MIRROR, 3o
i. Art Is Like a Mirror, 35
ii. The Objects of Imitation: the Empirical Ideal, 35
iii. The Transcendental Ideal, 42

III. ROMANTIC ANALOGUES OF ART AND MIND, 47
L Metaphors of Expression, 48
ii. Emotion and the Objects of Poetry, 53
Changing Metaphors of Mind, 57

IV. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE EXPRESSIVE THEORY OF
POETRY AND ART, 70
i.Sitrismeffere.. . ,7r
ü. Longinus and the Longinians, 72
iii. Primitive Language and Primitive Poetry, 78
iv. The Lyric as Poetic Norm, 84
v. Expressive Theory in Germany: Ut Musica Poesis, 88
vi. Wordsworth, Blair, and The Enquirer, 95
vii. Expressive Theory and Expressive Practice, 97


V. VARIETIES OF ROMANTIC THEORY: WORDSWORTH AND
V. VARIETIES OF ROMANTIC THEORY: WORDSWORTH AND
COLERIDGE, 1oo
L Wordsworth and the Eighteenth Century, 103
ü. Coleridge on Poems, Poetry, and Poets, 114 VI. VARIETIES OF ROMANTIC THEORY: SHELLEY, HAZLITT,
VI. VARIETIES OF ROMANTIC THEORY: SHELLEY, HAZLITT,
KEBLE, AND OTHERS, 125
i. Shelley and Romantic Platonism, 126
ii. Longinus, Hadát, Keats, and the Criterion of Intensity, 132
iii. Poetry as Catharsis: John Keble and Othcrs, 138
iv. The Semantics of Expressive Language: Alexander Smith, 148 VII. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF LITERARY INVENTION: MECHANICAL
VII. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF LITERARY INVENTION: MECHANICAL
AND ORGANIC THEORIES, 156
i. The Mechanical Theory of Literary Invention, 159
ii. Coleridge's Mechanical Fancy and Organic Imagination, 167
iii. The Associative Imagination in the Romantic Period, 177 VIII. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF LITERARY INVENTION: UNCON-
VIII. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF LITERARY INVENTION: UNCON-
SCIOUS GENIUS AND ORGANIC GROWTH, 184
i. Natural Genius, Inspiration, and Grace, 187
ii. Natural Genius and Natural Growth in Eighteenth-Century England, 198
198
iii. Gcrman Theories of 'Cregetable Genius, 201
iv. Unconscious Invention in English Criticism, 213
v. Coleridge and the Aesthetics of Organism, 218 IX. LITERATURE AS A REVELATION OF PERSONALITY, 226
IX. LITERATURE AS A REVELATION OF PERSONALITY, 226
L Style and the Man, 229
ii. Subjective and Objectivc, and Romantic Polysemism, 235
iii. Subjective and Objective in English Theory, 241
iv. The Paradox of Shakespeare, 244
v. Milton, Satan, and Eve, 250
vi. The Key to Homer's Heart, 256 X. THE CRITERION OF TRUTH TO NATURE: ROMANCE,
X. THE CRITERION OF TRUTH TO NATURE: ROMANCE,
MYTH, AND METAPHOR, 263
L Truth and the Poetic Marvelous, 265
ii. The Logic of Deviation from Empirical Truth, 268
iii. The Poem as Heterocosm, 272


iv. Poetic Truth and Metaphor, 285
v. Wordsworth and Coleridge on Personification and Myth, 290
XI. SCIENCE AND POETRY IN ROMANTIC CRITICISM, 298
i. Positivism vs. Poctry, 300
ü. Newton's Rainbow and the Poet's, 303
Poetic Truth and Sincerity, 312
iv. Poctry as neither True nor False, 32o
v. The Use of Romantic Poctry, 326
NOTES, 337
INDEX, 393


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