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by Robert Langbaum

eBook The Word from Below: Essays on Modern Literature and Culture epub
  • ISBN: 0299111849
  • Author: Robert Langbaum
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Pr; First Edition edition (December 1, 1987)
  • Pages: 288 pages
  • ePUB size: 1699 kb
  • FB2 size 1429 kb
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Robert Langbaum, English literature educator and literary critic, was born February 23, 1924, son of Murray and . The Word From Below: Essays on Modern Literature and Culture, (Madison, U. of Wisconsin Press),1987, ISBN 0-299-11184-9

Robert Langbaum, English literature educator and literary critic, was born February 23, 1924, son of Murray and Nettie Langbaum (Moskowitz). Langbaum married Francesca Levi Vidale, November 5, 1950; one child Donata Emily, 1956. Langbaum was born in Brooklyn NY, and grew up in Forest Hills, Queens. of Wisconsin Press),1987, ISBN 0-299-11184-9. Thomas Hardy in Our Time, (New York, St Martin's Press), 1995.

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The Word From Below book. Langbaum has revised his 1970 collection of essays, The Modern Spirit; Essays on the Continuity of 19th and 20th Century Literature deleting some essays, revising and updating others, and adding five new essays on the literature and culture of the 19th and 20th centuries.

The Word from Below" is a fine book of interesting, vital literary criticism. It's a real breath of fresh air, for Langbaum has the confidence in his own literary judgment to discuss and express his thoughts on literature in beautifully clear prose that's a pleasure to read in itself-no postmodern jargon, no citations from theory critics misused as premises or proofs, no radically-leftist snobbery. Not that he's got his head stuck in the sand

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The Word from Below: Essays on Modern Literature and Culture. Langbaum has revised his 1970 collection of essays, "The. Langbaum has revised his 1970 collection of essays, "The Modern Spirit; Essays on the Continuity of 19th and 20th Century Literature" deleting some essays, revising and updating others, and adding five new essays on the literature and culture of the 19th and 20th centuries.

Robert Langbaum in a Wordsworth Context Excerpts from The Epiphanic Mode in Wordsworth and Modern Literature (Langbaum, 1983). First Page PDF (59 KB) Permissions.

Robert Langbaum in a Wordsworth Context. British Romanticism and British Romantic Fiction: A Forum (1978): (Rpt from TWC X 129–146). First Page PDF (68 KB) Permissions. Excerpts from The Epiphanic Mode in Wordsworth and Modern Literature (Langbaum, 1983). The Word From Below: Essays Modern Literature and Culture by Robert Langbaum.

Robert Langbaum, The Word From Below: Essays Modern Literature and Culture (Univ. The Teller & The Tale: Essays on Literature & Culture, 1990–2015. October 2016 · Jewish Quarterly. March 2016 · Wordsworth Circle. March 1995 · Journal of the History of Economic Thought.

Includes bibliographical references. The function of criticism once more. The evolution of soul in Wordsworth's poetry. The Victorian idea of culture. The dynamic unity of In memoriam. Browning and the question of myth. The new nature poetry. A new look at E. M. Forster. Mysteries of identity: a theme in modern literature. The tempest and tragicomic vision.

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Langbaum has revised his 1970 collection of essays, "The Modern Spirit; Essays on the Continuity of 19th and 20th Century Literature" deleting some essays, revising and updating others, and adding five new essays on the literature and culture of the 19th and 20th centuries. As in the earlier work, the recurring themes in these essays are: the romantic self; the epiphanic mode in literature with the related themes of psychological associationism, literary fragmentation and the mythical method; the romantic and modern idea of culture as organic; and the emphasis in our literature and culture on unconsciousness and sexuality, deriving from the impact especially of Darwin and Freud. The author examines works of 19th and 20th century writers, including Browning, Wordsworth, Tennyson, Forster, Freud, Pound, Eliot and Mailer, showing that these writers found a refreshing new source of imagery and a renewing spirituality through intensification rather than elevation.
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