Stevens and Simile

Stevens and Simile

A Theory of Language

Book - 1986
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Brogan traces in detail the Wallace Stevens increasingly sophisticated use of similes in order to demonstrate how they satisfied both his own intellectual needs and the needs of modern poetry. While thoroughly grounded in the poetry of Stevens, her book also explores the nature of language itself by demonstrating the possibilities, as well as the limitations, of either a romantic or a deconstructive conception of language.

Originally published in 1986.

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Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c1986
ISBN: 9780691066899
0691066892
Branch Call Number: PS3537.T4753 Z618 1986
Characteristics: xii, 214 p. ; 23 cm

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