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Myth and symbol: critical approaches and applications,

Author: Bernice Slote; Northrop Frye; Midwest Modern Language Association.
Publisher: Lincoln, University of Nebraska [1963]
Series: Bison book.
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Slote, Bernice.
Myth and symbol: critical approaches and applications.
Lincoln, University of Nebraska [1963]
(OCoLC)590694466
Named Person: Archibald MacLeish; Anton Pavlovich Chekhov; Katherine Anne Porter
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bernice Slote; Northrop Frye; Midwest Modern Language Association.
OCLC Number: 328354
Notes: "BB141."
Description: viii, 196 pages 21 cm.
Contents: [1.] Critical approaches: The road of excess / by Northrop Frye --
King Lear as metaphor / by L.C. Knights --
The critical method of Gaston Bachelard / by Eva M. Kushner --
Surrealism: myth and reality / by Herbert S. Gershman --
[2.] Applications (I): the writer and his method: Myth in the poetic creation of Agrippa D'Aubigné / by John T. Nothnagle --
Myth as a device in the works of Chekhov / by Thomas G. Winner --
The transformation of biblical myth: MacLeish's use of the Adam and Job stories / by Colin C. Campbell --
The symbolism of Gestus in Brecht's drama / by Robert L. Hiller --
Animal imagery in Katherine Anne Porter's fiction / by Sister M. Joselyn --
[3.] Applications (II): the work examined: archetypes and interpretations: Chastity, regeneration, and world order in All's well that ends well / by Eric LaGuardia --
Immortality in two of Milton's elegies / by William M. Jones --
Of Ruskin's gardens / by Charles T. Dougherty --
Myth and symbol in criticism of Faulkner's "The bear" / by Alexander C. Kern --
The De vulgari eloquentia and Dante's quasi after-life / by Warman Welliver --
The golden bough: impact and archetype / by John B. Vickery.
Series Title: Bison book.
Responsibility: by Northrop Frye, L.C. Knights, and others. A selection of papers delivered at the joint meeting of the Midwest Modern Language Association and the Central Renaissance Conference, 1962.

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