Fables of identity: studies in poetic mythology
In this outstanding collection of sixteen essays, the world-renowned critic and scholar discusses various works in the central tradition of English mythopoeic poetry, paying particular attention to the centrality of Romanticism.
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The Archetypes of Literature
The Structure of Imagery in The Faerie Queene
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Adonis allegory archetype associated beauty becomes beginning Bible Blake Blake's Byron Byronic hero called canto central characters Christian comedy comic conception consciousness context conventional courtly love creative culture death divine Emily Dickinson English Enoch Soames epic experience fact Faerie Queene feeling fiction Finnegans Wake formal cause Four Zoas garden genres golden heaven hence hero human imagery images imagination Joyce kind language Leontes literary criticism literature lover Lycidas means melancholy mental metaphor Milton mind mistress moral myth mythology natural cycle Paradise parody pastoral Perdita Petrarch phase physical world play plot poem poet poet's poetic poetry Polixenes popular principle quest reader reality rhythm Romantic Romantic poetry says scene seems sense Shakespeare social society Sonnet 20 sonnets speak Spenser spirit Stevens story structure symbolism theme things tion tradition turn unity Urizen Venus virtue vision winter Winter's Tale words writing Yeats youth