Northrop Frye on culture and literature : a collection of review essays /
These reviews of culture and literature illuminate Frye's great system of thought as it unfolded during one of his most fruitful periods. In part 1, Frye engages some of the central figures of twentieth-century thought, including Spengler, Jung, Cassirer, Frazer, Toynbee, Langer, and Eliade. Pa...
|Published:||Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1978.|
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