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|Title: ||High Romantic Argument: Essays for M.H. Abrams|
|Authors: ||Abrams, M. H.|
|Issue Date: ||1981|
|Publisher: ||Cornell University Press|
|Abstract: ||Part 1. Visions of Wordsworth: "The poetics of prophecy" by Geoffrey Hartman (Yale University); "As with the silence of the thought" by Jonathan Wordsworth (Exeter College, Oxford)-- Part 2. The achievement of M.H. Abrams: "History as metaphor: Or, Is M.H. Abrams a mirror, or a lamb, or a fountain, or ...?" by Wayne C. Booth (University of Chicago); "Coleridgean criticism of the work of M.H. Abrams" by Thomas McFarland (Princeton University); "The genie in the lamp: M.H. Abrams and the motives of literary history" by Lawrence Lipking (Northwestern University); "The mirror stage" by Jonathan Culler (Cornell University); "A Reply" by M.H. Abrams (Cornell University); "A Bibliography of M.H. Abrams" by Stuart A. Ende (California Institute of Technology).|
|Appears in Collections:||M. H. Abrams at Cornell University|
Abrams, M. H.
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