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Reading, writing and the influence of Harold Bloom / edited by Alan Rawes and Jonathon Shears
Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York : Distributed in the U.S. exclusively by Palgrave Macmilan, c2010
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Location Call Number Status
 4th Floor  PN94 .R43 2010    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Literature -- History and criticism
Subject Bloom, Harold
Subject(s) Romanticism
Physical Description xi, 286 p. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Keats and his 'composite precursor[s]' in The fall of Hyperion / Alan Rawes -- The decline of America: Bloom's monumental theory of history / Alistair Heys -- 'Continuity in the self': Wordsworth, Byron, Bloom / Jonathon Shears -- The blooming of Hamlet / James Soderholm -- The limits of 'perfect solipsism': Bloom's map and the origins of Shelley's dejection / Sally West -- Apophrades, Adonais and the return of the Shelleys / Graham Allen -- Towards a feminist revisionism of an aesthetics of mastery: Bloom, neo-Romanticism and the critical sublime / Mary Orr -- Childe Roland's literate despair / Andrew M. Stauffer -- Superscriptions of bliss: influence and form in the poetry of Lawrence / David Duff -- How to live with the infinite regress of strong misreading / Paul H. Fry -- 'The strong dead return': the transgressive shades of Bloom's daemon / Julian Wolfreys -- The impossibility of reading: Bloom and the 'Yale School' of criticism / Arthur Bradley
Alternate Author Rawes, Alan
Shears, Jonathon

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