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The tragic vision in twentieth-century literature.
Charles Irving Glicksberg
|Statement||With a pref. by Harry T. Moore.|
|Series||Crosscurrents: modern critiques|
|LC Classifications||PN771 .G56|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||63008904|
The vision of tragedy. Richard Benson Sewall. Yale University Press, - Literary Criticism - pages. 0 Reviews. Other editions - View all. The Vision of Tragedy: Tragic Themes in Literature from the Book of Job to O Richard B. Sewell No preview available - Common terms and phrases. This book is an attempt to find the central nerve of nineteenth-century culture, to discover the problem which unifies the most important cultural documents in the century's philosophy, literature, painting and music. The author sketches how, with the collapse of the Enlightenment at the end of the eighteenth century, it became necessary for the individual to derive order, meaning and value.
Doyle, Laura // Twentieth Century Literature (Twentieth Century Literature);Spring94, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p42 Discusses Virginia Woolf's metaphysics of tragic vision in the book `To the Lighthouse.' Eric Auerbachs's analysis of the novel's inner and outer events; Vital function of tragic vision; Analogy between philosopher Aristotle's matter. The Tragic Vision in Twentieth-Century Literature By Charles I. Glicksberg Southern Illinois University Press, Read preview Overview Modern Literature and the Tragic By K. M. Newton Edinburgh University Press,
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The Tragic Vision in Twentieth-Century Literature. With a Pref. by Harry T. Moore. [Charles I Glicksberg]. OCLC Number: Credits: With a preface by Harry T. Moore. Description: pages 22 cm: Contents: [1.] Nihilism and tragedy: The problem The tragic vision in twentieth-century literature.
book tragedy in the twentieth century --The Kierkegaardian paradox of the absurd --Two philosophers of the tragic --The nihilistic universe of Kafka --Albert Camus and the revolt against the absurd --The tragic hero --[2.].
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Literary critics who have studied tragedy and the tragic vision failed, in Murray Krieger's estimation, to define exactly what they saw as the tragic vision in general terms.
An aim of his book is to create a tentative definition of tragic and to flesh out what the author sees as the definition most illuminating of modern literature and the. Tragic (The) Vision in Twentieth-Century Literature Glicksberg, Charles I. w/preface by Harry T.
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Charles Irving Glicksberg, Harry T. Moore (Foreword) really liked it avg rating — 2 ratings/5(9). Professor Krieger begins with the Renaissance lyric, which for him represents both the last moment of union and the first moment of collision between the classic and tragic visions in literature.
He then moves through poems, novels, and a play, ranging in time from the eighteenth to the twentieth century, and delineates four kinds of retreat. The Tragic Vision book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
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40 Issue 1, p42 Examines the intercorporeal narrative in Virginia Woolf's novel `To the Lighthouse.' `Emotions of the body' felt by character Lily Briscoe in response to that `emptiness there'; Ability of text to turn inside out the unnamed, body.