6 edition of Madness in Literature found in the catalog.
March 1, 1983
by Princeton University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||352|
In this anthology, outstanding authorities present their assessments of literary madness in a variety of topics and approaches. The entire collection of essays presents intriguing aspects of the Dionysian element in literature. Get this from a library! Madness in literature. [Lillian Feder] -- To probe the literary representation of the alienated mind, Lillian Feder examines mad protagonists of literature and the work of writers for whom madness is a vehicle of self-revelation. Ranging.
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Ranging from ancient Greek myth and tragedy to contemporary poetry, fiction, and drama, Professor Feder shows how literary interpretations of madness, as well as madness itself, reflect the very cultural.
Jan 01, · Madness in Literature book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. To probe the literary representation of the alienated mind, Lillian 2/5.
I took a course in college called Madness in Literature and loved it. I’m looking for book suggestions on the same topic. Some of the books I enjoyed in the course were The Yellow Wallpaper, Alice in Wonderland, and the Sorrows of Young Werther.
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Madness and art. The convoluted relationship between madness and art is explored, but never fully explained in Madness and Civilization. The work as a whole shows Foucault's interest in literature, and his belief in the importance of using literary works as sources in a historical or sociological work.
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A remarkable scholarly achievement. Madness in Literature remains refreshingly free of narrow dogmatizing and special pleading.
English Language Notes - Jeffrey Berman Madness is studied by Lillian Feder in its relationship with society—whether the madness be prophetic or dionysiac, as in ancient Greece, or of the form that leads to suicide, as in the contemporary cases of Theodore Roethke Author: Lillian Feder.
This book is about the ubiquitous representation of various forms of mental illness, breakdown and psychopathology in Caribbean literature.
It argues that much remains to be done in rethinking the trope of madness across Caribbean literature by local and diaspora writers.Lillian Feder's Madness in Literature is a learned, wide-ranging, suggestive study of how literary works have presented mental alienation.
As Professor Feder herself observes, the book is "not a history of madness in literature but a study of representative literary explorations of the deranged mind."."A remarkable scholarly achievement.
Madness in Literature remains refreshingly free of narrow dogmatizing and special pleading."—Jeffrey Berman, English Language Notes "Madness is studied by Lillian Feder in its relationship with society—whether the madness be prophetic or dionysiac, as in ancient Greece, or of the form that leads to suicide, as in the contemporary cases of Theodore.