The Later Poetry of Wallace Stevens: Phenomenological Parallels with Husserl and Heidegger

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Associated University Presse, 1976 - Poetry - 298 pages
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This is a study of the development of the middle and later poetry of Wallace Stevens that uses comparisons with the phenomenological methods of Edmund Husserl and Martin Heidegger to clarify many of the difficulties in the poet's mature work.
 

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Contents

Introduction
17
Phenomenology and Poetry
29
The SelfDescription of the Blue Guitar
59
From Perception to Disclosure
85
A Gaiety That Is Being
115
An Outline of the Poetry of Being
138
After the Outlines of Being Its Expressions
213
Selected Bibliography
275
Index of Subjects and Titles
293
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