The Poets on the classics an anthology of English poets' writings on the classical poets and dramatists from Chaucer to the present
A collection of poetic English writing on the classics, providing a first-hand guide to the relations between classical literature and the English poetic tradition. It contains over two hundred entries, ranging from the Middle Ages to today.
Print Book, English, 1988
Routledge, London, 1988
273 p. ; 23 cm
Foreword Peter E. GordonTranslator’s Preface S. G. LoftsTranslator’s Introduction: A Transcendental Critique of Mythical-Religious Consciousness – Identity Thinking, the Natural Attitude, and an Immanence in the Sacred Sense of Life S. G. LoftsTranslator’s Acknowledgements S. G. Lofts.PrefaceIntroduction: The Problem of A "Philosophy of Mythology"Part 1: Myth as Thought-Form1. The Character and Basic Tendency of Mythical Object Consciousness2. The Individual Categories of Mythical ThinkingPart 2: Myth as Form of Intuition – The Construction and Organization of the Spatial-Temporal World in Mythical Consciousness 1. The Basic Opposition2. The Basic Features of a Morphology of Myth – Space, Time, and NumberPart 3: Myth as Life-Form – The Discovery and Determination of Subjective Reality in Mythical Consciousness1. The I and the Soul2. The Forming Emergence of the Feeling of Self from the Mythical Feeling of Unity and Life3. Cult and Sacrifice 4. The Dialectic of Mythical Consciousness.GlossaryGeneral IndexIndex of Proper Names.