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Conrad Aiken : a priest of consciousness

Author: Ted Ray Spivey; Arthur E Waterman
Publisher: New York : AMS Press, ©1989.
Series: Georgia State literary studies, v. 6.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Conrad Aiken.
New York : AMS Press, ©1989
(OCoLC)556981186
Named Person: Conrad Aiken; Conrad Aiken; Conrad Aiken
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ted Ray Spivey; Arthur E Waterman
ISBN: 0404632068 9780404632069
OCLC Number: 20056155
Description: xiii, 304 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Ted R. Spivey --
Chronology / Arthur Waterman --
Conrad Aiken's use of autobiography (1980) / Joseph Killorin --
The rejection of Nocturne of remembered spring / Steven E. Olson --
Metapoetics and the example of The preludes / Helen Hagenbuchle --
Preludes for Memmon : a contextualist view / Nancy Ciucevich Story --
The unconquerable ancestors : 'Mayflower, ' 'The kid', 'Hollowe'en' / Harry Marten --
The ancestral voices : a reading of four poems / E.P. Bollier --
Conrad Aiken's heroes : portraits of the artist as a middle-aged failure / Mary Martin Rountree --
The murderous act of the mind : a new reading of King coffin / Helen Hagenbuchle --
The dreamworlds of Conrad Aiken / James Wheeler --
A musico-literary artisan / Robert Emerson Carlile --
Conrad Aiken and Herman Melville / Douglas Robillard --
Depth psychology and Aiken's vision of consciousness / Ted R. Spivey --
The critics and Conrad Aiken : a bibliographical essay from the beginning to 1979 / Catherine K. Harris --
Conrad Aiken criticism : 1978-1988 / Ernelle Fife --
A letter long as time : the Conrad Aiken collection at the Huntington Library / Sara S. Hodson --
Corresponding with Conrad Aiken / Lewis Turco --
Conrad Aiken : his hour come round at last? / Catharine F. Seigel --
Ushant in John Berryman's dream songs : consciousness as metafiction / Kathe Davis.
Series Title: Georgia State literary studies, v. 6.
Responsibility: edited by Ted R. Spivey and Arthur Waterman.

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