Item Details

Reason in Madness: Critical Essays

by Allen Tate
Format
Book
Published
New York, G.P. Putnam [c1941]
Language
English
Contents
  • The present function of criticism.
  • Literature as knowledge.
  • Tension in poetry.
  • Understanding modern poetry.
  • Miss Emily and the bibliographer.
  • Hardy's philosophic metaphors.
  • Narcissus as Narcissus.
  • Procrustes and the poets.
  • Nine poets: 1937.
  • The function of the critical quarterly.
  • Liberalism and tradition.
  • What is a traditional society?
Description
xiii, 230 p. 22cm.
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic

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