Geoffrey Hartman: A Bibliography, 1954-2005

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Geoffrey Hartman: A Bibliography, 1954-2005


Books

The Unmediated Vision: An Interpretation of Wordsworth, Hopkins, Rilke and Valery. Yale Univ.Pr.1954; Harvest ppr. 1966

Andre Malraux. London: Bowes and Bowes; New York: Hilary House 1960

Wordsworth's Poetry 1787-1814. Yale Univ. Pr. 1964; Yale Ppr. 2nd ed. 1967; 3rd.ed. 1971; Harvard ppr. 1987

Beyond Formalism: Selected Essays. Yale Univ.Pr. 1970; ppr. 1972

The Fate of Reading: Literary Essays 1970-75. Univ. of Chicago Pr. 1975; ppr. 1976

Akiba's Children. Poems. Iron Mountain Press 1978

Criticism in the Wilderness: The Study of Literature Today. Yale Univ. Pr.1980; ppr. 1982

Saving the Text: Literature/Derrida/Philosophy. Johns Hopkins Univ. Pr. 1981; ppr. 1982

Easy Pieces. Columbia Univ. Pr. 1985; ppr. 1988

The Unremarkable Wordsworth. Univ. of Minn. 1987

Minor Prophecies: The Literary Essay in the Culture Wars, Harvard Univ. Pr. 1991.

The Longest Shadow: In the Aftermath of the Holocaust. Indiana Univ. Pr. 1996; ppr. Palgrave, 2002

The Fateful Question of Culture. Columbia Univ. Pr. 1997; ppr. 1998

A Critic's Journey: Literary Reflections 1958-1998. Yale Univ. Pr. 1999

Scars of the Spirit: The Struggle Against Inauthenticity Palgrave, 2002; ppr. 2004

The Bible in Italy, and Other Poems. Vagabond Press, Australia 2004 (Poetry Brochure) Editions

Hopkins: A Selection of Critical Essays. Prentice-Hall 1966

Wordsworth: Selected Poetry and Prose. Signet 1970

New Perspectives on Coleridge and Wordsworth. English Institute Essays, Columbia Univ. Pr. 1972

Romanticism: Vistas, Instances, Continuities (with D. Thorburn). Cornell Univ. Pr. 1973

Psychoanalysis and the Question of the Text. English Institute Essays. The Johns Hopkins Univ. Pr. 1978

Shakespeare and the Question of Theory (with Patricia Parker). Methuen 1985

Midrash and Literature (with Sandford Budick). Yale Univ. Pr. 1986; ppr. 1988

Bitburg in Moral and Political Perspective. Indiana Univ.Pr. 1986

Critica nel deserto. Bologna 1991

Lectura y creacion. Madrid 1992

Holocaust Remembrance: The Shapes of Memory. Blackwell 1994

Archiv der Erinnerung: Interviews mit Uberlebenden der Shoah (coeditor). Verlag Berlin-Brandenburg 1998

Der Langste Schatten des Holocaust. Berlin: Aufbau 1999

Das Beredte Schweigen der Literatur. Frankfurt a/M: Suhrkamp 2000

Maurice Blanchot: The Power of Contestation (with Kevin Hart). Johns Hopkins Univ. Pr. 2004

The Geoffrey Hartman Reader (with Daniel O'Hara) Edinburgh and Fordham Univ. Pr. 2004

Articles

"The Fulness and Nothingness of Literature" [On M. Blanchot], Yale French Studies 16 (1955-56) 62-78

"The Taming of History"[on Malraux], Yale French Studies 18 (1957) 114-28

"Reflections on Romanticism in France," Studies in Romanticism 9(1970) 233-48

Review of A.R. Ammons, "Collected Poems 1951-1971." New York Times Book Review (November 19, 1972)

Review of works by and about Andre Malraux. New York Times Book Review (December 12, 1976) 25-28

"Introduction," Blanchot's Death Sentence, Georgia Review 30 (1976) 379-81

"Nerval's Peristyle." Nineteenth Century French Studies 5 (1976/77) 71-8

"Hermeneutic Hesitation: A Dialogue between Geoffrey Hartman and Julian Moynahan," Novel 12 (1979)

"How Creative Should Literary Criticism Be?" New York Times Book Review (April 5, 1981)

"Literature as a Profession: The Creative Function of Criticism." Humanities II:6 (1981)

"Preface," Maurice Blanchot, The Gaze of Orpheus and other Literary Essays, tr. Lydia Davis. Station Hill Pr. 1981

Three Poems. River Styx 11 (1982) 13-15

"The Response to Terror: Introductory Notes." Human Rights Quarterly V: 2 (1983)

"Reading Aright: Keats' Ode to Psyche.

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