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- DescriptionIn this, the first Reader of Geoffrey Hartman's work, significant essays reflect his abiding interest in English and American poetry, focusing not only on Romanticism but also on the transition from early modern to modern and including reflections on the radical elements in artistic representation.
- Author BiographyGeoffrey Hartman is Emeritus Professor of English at Yale University. He has led a distinguished academic career and is widely known for his work on Romanticism, the interpretation of poetry, literary theory and the Holocaust. His many publications include The Unmediated Vision: An Interpretation of Wordsworth, Hopkins, Rilke and Valery (Yale University Press, 1966), Beyond Formalism (Yale University Press, 1970), The Fate of Reading (University of Chicago Press, 1975), Criticism in the Wilderness (Yale University Press, 1980), Saving the Text: Literature/Derrida/Philosophy (JHUP, 1981), Easy Pieces (Columbia University Press, 1985), The Unremarkable Wordsworth (University of Minnesota Press, 1987), Minor Prophecies: The Literary Essay in the Culture Wars (Harvard University Press, 1991), The Longest Shadow: In the Aftermath of the Holocaust (Indiana University Press, 1998), The Fateful Question of Culture (Columbia University Press, 1997) A Critic's Journey: Literary Reflections 1958-1998 (Yale University Press, 1999) and Scars of the Spirit: The Struggle Against Inauthenticity (Palgrave, 2002) Daniel T. O'Hara is the first Mellon Term Professor in the College of Liberal Arts and Professor of English at Temple University. He is the author and editor of seven books in critical theory and modern literatue, including the latest, Empire Burlesque: The Fate of Critical Culture in Global America (Duke, 2003).
- PublisherEdinburgh University Press
- Date of Publication21/10/2004
- GenreLiterary Criticism
- Place of PublicationEdinburgh
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintEdinburgh University Press
- Weight700 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Spine23 mm
- Edited byDaniel T. O'Hara,Geoffrey H. Hartman
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