from Lititz, PA
Literary personification has long been taken for granted as an important aspect of Western narrative; Paul de Man had given it prominence as "the master trope of poetic discourse." James Paxson here offers a critical and theoretical appraisal of personification in the light of developments in postst...
James J. Paxson
Cambridge University Press
Theatricality as a cultural process is vitally important in the middle ages; it encompasses not only the thematic importation of dramatic images into the Canterbury Tales, but also the social and ideological `performativities' of the mystery and morality plays, metadramatic investments, and the ludi...
Stanley Gibson, Frank Duffy, W. B. Rubin, Charles Edward Russell, J. Ernest Paxson, James F. Barrett, Charles L. Baine, Louis F. Post, Richard M. Van Gaasbeek
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