A Companion to the Philosophy of Literature by Garry L. Hagberg,Walter Jost

By Garry L. Hagberg,Walter Jost

This enormous selection of new and up to date essays from a world group of eminent students represents the simplest modern severe considering on the subject of either literary and philosophical reviews of literature.

  • Helpfully teams essays into the field's major sub-categories, between them ‘Relations among Philosophy and Literature’, ‘Emotional Engagement and the event of Reading’, ‘Literature and the ethical Life’, and ‘Literary Language’
  • Offers a mix of analytical precision and literary richness
  • Represents an extraordinary paintings of reference for college students and experts alike, perfect for direction use

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