Paul Valéry: The Realms of the Analecta, Volume 5
In this fifth volume of Kluback's Paul Valery studies, thought takes on a new dimension: the realm of the Analecta. This is the realm of the imagination, of the image and metaphor. Readers are presented with epigrams that confuse and challenge their thinking.
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My Way to the Analecta of Paul Valery
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