Sallies of the mind / Francis Fergusson ; edited by John McCormick and George Core.

Author
Fergusson, Francis [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New Brunswick, N.J. : Transaction, c1998.
Description
xiv, 253 p. ; 24 cm.

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Sallies of the Mind is a collection of Fergusson's essays drawn from a variety of virtually unattainable works. It incorporates Fergusson's representative criticism on such major authors as Dante, Shakespeare, James, and Eliot; on myths as well as action; on the modern stage; and on the modern novel.
Notes
  • A collection of Fergusson's essays previously published in various sources.
  • Includes index.
Contents
  • 1. T.S. Eliot and His Impersonal Theory of Art (1927)
  • 2. Humanism (1930)
  • 3. Maritain's Creative Intuition (1963)
  • 4. Two Perspectives on European Literature (1954)
  • 5. Two Acts from Dante's Drama of the Mind (1951)
  • 6. Divine Comedy as a Bridge across Time (1965)
  • 7. Prince of Denmark: The Analogy of Action (1940)
  • 8. Human Government: Purgatorio 16 and Measure for Measure (1951)
  • 9. Belief and Make-Believe: Poetry as Evidence of Things Not Seen (1973)
  • 10. Eugene O'Neill (1930)
  • 11. Exiles and Ibsen's Work (1932)
  • 12. T.S. Eliot's Poetry and Drama (1952)
  • 13. On the Edge of Broadway (1954)
  • 14. Theater of Paul Valery (1960).
ISBN
156000312X (alk. paper)
LCCN
^^^97010247^
OCLC
36549004
RCP
H - S
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