Poetry and Phantasy
Cambridge University Press, 27 de abr. de 1989 - 227 páginas
In this book the author examines the relation between historical materialism and psychoanalysis for the understanding of literature. He analyzes central poems in the canonical tradition, poems of courtly love, Romantic poetry, and the modernism and post-modernism of Eliot and Pound.
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The interpretation of dreams and the interpretation of
Art and its pleasures
Ideology and the unconscious in literature
Poetry as social phantasy
Can vei la lauzeta mover
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Lacan and courtly love
List of texts
Absalom Absalom and Achitophel Achitophel Adam aesthetic analysis argued argument assertion Augustan poetry becomes body bourgeois castration chapter concept confessional discourse consciousness courtly love courtly love poetry culture day-dreams death delusional jealousy deny desire difference disavowal discussion distinction Donne's dramatisation dream effect ego ideal essay example expression father feeling feminine feudal Foucault Freud historical materialism human idea idealisation identification ideology individual italics original Lacan language literary criticism literary text literature Lukacs male masculine Maud meaning metalanguage metaphors mode modernism modernist narcissistic narrative nature negative theology Oedipus Ovid Ovid's Paradise Lost Petrarch Pisan Cantos pleasure poem poem's poetic position postmodernism present primary narcissism produced psychic psychoanalysis reader reading reality reference relation represented speaker Romantic says scopophilia seeks sense sexual signifier skylark social phantasy specific structure subject and object super-ego symbol textual discourse tradition transcendence truth unconscious Waste Land wish woman