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The forlorn demon; didactic and critical essays.

Author: Allen Tate
Publisher: Chicago, Regnery, 1953.
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Tate, Allen, 1899-1979.
Forlorn demon.
Chicago, Regnery, 1953
(OCoLC)592061299
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Allen Tate
OCLC Number: 2104881
Description: vii, 180 pages 22 cm
Contents: The man of letters in the modern world --
To whom is the poet responsible? --
The symbolic imagination : the mirrors of Dante --
The angelic imagination : Poe as God --
Our cousin, Mr. Poe --
Is literary criticism possible? --
Johnson on the metaphysical poets --
Longinus and the 'new criticism' --
A miscellany : Crane: the poet as hero. Ezra Pound and the Bollingen Prize. A note on critical 'autotelism'. Modern poets and conventions. The point of dying: Donne's 'Virtuous men.'

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