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Conrad Aiken: A Priest of Consciousness (Georgia State Literary Studies, Vol 6)

Ted Ray Spivey, Arthur E. Waterman

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ISBN 10: 0404632068 / ISBN 13: 9780404632069
Published by Ams Pr Inc, 1990
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Title: Conrad Aiken: A Priest of Consciousness (...

Publisher: Ams Pr Inc

Publication Date: 1990

Book Condition:Good

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Large 8vo. xiii, 304 pp, b&w frontis, prefatory note by Victor A. Kramer; notes on the contributors, introductrion by Ted R. Spivey, chronology by Arthur Watermann, Part I: Conrad Aiken's Use of Autobiography (1980) by Joseph Killorin; The Rejection ofNocturne of Remembered Spring by Steven E. Olson; Netapoetics and the Example of the Preludes by Helen Hagenbuchle; Preludes for Memnon: A Contextualist View by Nancy Ciuccevich Story; The Unconquerable Ancestors: ``Mayflower,: "The Kid," "Hallowe'en" by Harry Marten; The Ancestral Voices: A Reading of Four Poems by E. P. Bollier; Conrad Aiken's Heroes: Portraits of the Artist as a Middle-Aged Failure by Mary Martin Rountree; The Murderous Act of the Mind: A New Reading of King Coffin by Helen Hagenbuchle. Part II. The Dream worlds of Conrad Aiken by James Wheeler; A Musico-Literary Artisan by Robert Emerson Carlile; Conrad Aiken and Herman Melville by Douglas Robillard; Depth Psychology and Aiken's Vision of Consciousness by Ted R. Spivey. Part III. The Critics and Conrad Aiken: A Bibliographical Essay from the Beginning to 1979 by Catherine K. Harris; Conrad Aiken Criticism: 1978 - 1988 by Ernelle Fife; A Letter Long as Time: The conrad Aiken Collection at the Huntington Library by Sara S. Hodson. Part IV. Corresponding with Conrad Aiken by Lewis Turco; Conrad Aiken: His Hour Come Round at Last? by Catharine F. Deigel; Ushant in John Berryman's Dream Songs: Consciousness as Metafiction by Kathe Davis, index. Georgia State Literary Studies, Volume 6: First Edition, March 1990. Blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine.

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