Self, Sign, and Symbol

Mark Neuman, Michael Payne
Bucknell University Press, 1987 - 177 pages
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These essays wrestle with a number of postformalist questions and are ordered so as to present a new argument for the self-sufficiency of the text. Collectively they suggest that recovery of interest in the meaning of texts and the exchange between writer and reader may become the next new criticism.

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Dream Symbolism and Literary Symbolism
Opening the Closure and Vice Versa
Coleridges Scientific and Philosophic Insights
Scrutinizing the Discourse of History
The Wings of the Dove and In a Balcony
Eliot Burglary and Musical Order
The Dynamics of Vision in William Carlos Williams and Charles Sheeler
A Metacommentary on Roland Barthess Empire of Signs
The Visible Object
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