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The poetics of transition : Emerson, pragmatism, & American literary modernism

Author: Jonathan Levin
Publisher: Durham [u.a.] : Duke Univ. Press, 1999.
Series: New americanists
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Examines the connection between American pragmatism and literary modernism by focusing on the concept of transition as a theme common to both movements. This book illuminates the poetic imperatives  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Levin
ISBN: 0822322773 9780822322771 082232296X 9780822322962
OCLC Number: 237336255
Description: XVIII, 222 S.
Series Title: New americanists
Responsibility: Jonathan Levin.

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"Lucid and solidly argued. This book will immediately be recognized as an essential and instructive contribution to the now thriving study of pragmatism, especially in its relation to the uses of Read more...

 
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