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Untrodden Regions of the Mind: Romanticism & Psychoanalysis (Bucknell Review) epub ebook

by Ghislaine McDayter

Untrodden Regions of the Mind: Romanticism & Psychoanalysis (Bucknell Review) epub ebook

Author: Ghislaine McDayter
Category: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Bucknell Univ Pr; Volume 45, Number 2 ed. edition (December 1, 2001)
Pages: 175 pages
ISBN: 0838755178
ISBN13: 978-0838755174
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Published December 1st 2001 by Bucknell University Press.

Untrodden Regions of the Mind is an extensive collection of essays on Romantic literature written from a psychoanalytic perspective. With essays on both Continental and British Romantic writers, this volume explores not only the complex operations of gender and subjectivity but also how textual analysis reveals the ways in which the unconscious of the literary body resists Untrodden Regions of the Mind is an extensive collection of essays on Romantic literature written from a psychoanalytic perspective. Published December 1st 2001 by Bucknell University Press.

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Romanticism in American Literature brought us some of the world’s greatest writers. American Romanticism. In the 1830’s, America began to experience the impact of the Romantic Movement that was transforming European civilization

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An extensive collection of essays on Romantic literature written from a psychoanalytic perspective. With essays on both Continental and British Romantic writers, this volume explores not only the complex operations of gender and subjectivity but also how textual analysis reveals the ways in which the unconsscious of the literary body resists and denies interpretive analysis just as forcefuly as the individual unconscious.
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