Mythic Archetypes in Ralph Waldo Emerson: A Blakean Reading
Mythic Archetypes in Ralph Waldo Emerson explores the American writer's essays as mythic prose poems, suggesting a new approach to the practical criticism of Emerson's works. Richard O'Keefe uses the archetypal model - a critical tool seldom employed on American Romantics, yet frequently applied in the study of British Romantic poets such as William Blake - to contemporize methods of examining Emersonian texts.
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