Benedetto Croce's Poetry and Literature: An Introduction to Its Criticism and History

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Bibliography
The following bibliographical list contains only titles appearing in English and does not pretend to be either exhaustive or selective. For a complete bibliography since 1960, the reader may refer to L. M. Palmer and H. S. Harris , eds., Thought, Action and Intuition ( Hildesheim-New York: Georg Olms, 1975), pp. 330-63. For bibliographical information relative to the period before 1960, the reader may consult Gian N. G. Orsini, Benedetto Croce: Philosopher of Art and Literary Critic ( Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1961), pp. 299-367.
Ainslie, Douglas. "The Philosopher of Aesthetics". Fortnightly Review 92 ( 1909):679-788.
------. "Shakespeare and Croce". English Review 26 ( 1918):117-21.
Bergel, Lienhard. "Croce as a Critic of Goethe". Comparative Literature 1 ( 1949):349-59.
-------. "Benedetto Croce (1866-1952)". Books Abroad 31 ( 1957):349-52.
------. "Benedetto Croce, Poe, and American Criticism". Comparative Literature 12 ( 1960):507-16.
------. "Vico for Our Time". Rivista di studi crociani 9 ( 1972):135-42.
Bertocci, P. A. "Croce's Aesthetics in Context". Personalist 38 ( 1957):248-59.
------. "The Development of Croce's Aesthetic". Boston University Graduate Journal 10 ( 1962):86-95, 127-39.
Biondi, Raymond. "Philology and History: A Note on Croce's Hispanism". Rivista di studi crociani 6 ( 1969): 447-50.
Blocker, H. Gene. "Another Look at Aesthetic Imagination". Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 30 ( 1972):529-36.
Bosanquet, B. Three Lectures on Aesthetic. London: Macmillan, 1915.
------. "The Philosophy of Benedetto Croce". Quarterly Review 231 ( 1919):359-77.
------. "Croce's Aesthetics". In Proceedings of the British Academy 9 ( 1919-1920):1-28.
Brancaforte, Benito. "Benedetto Croce as Critic of Spanish Literature: Theory and Practice". Dissertation Abstracts 26 ( 1965):2744.
------. "Benedetto Croce's Changing Attitude toward the Relevance of Spanish Influence in Italy". Italica 44 ( 1967):326-43.
------. "Croce on Lope and Calderon: The Application of an Aesthetic Theory". Symposium 23 ( 1969):101-15.
------. "Benedetto Croce and the Theory of Popularism in Spanish Literature". Hispanic Review 38 ( 1970):69-79.
Brown, Merle. "Croce's Early Aesthetics: 1894-1912". Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 22 ( 1963):29-41.
------. Neo-Idealistic Aesthetics: Croce, Gentile, Collingwood. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1966.
------. "The Philosopher-Critic". In Poetic Theory/Poetic Practice. Papers of the Midwest Modern Language Association. Edited by R. Scholes. Iowa City: Midwest Modern Language Association, 1969.
Caponigri, A. R. History and Liberty: The Historical Writings of Benedetto Croce. London: Routledge & Paul, 1955.
Carr, H. Wildon. The Philosophy of Benedetto Croce. London: Macmillan, 1917; and New York: Russell & Russell, 1969.
------. "Time" and "History" in Contemporary Philosophy, with Special Reference to Bergson and Croce. Reprint from Proceedings of the British Academy, vol. 8, 1918. 19 p.
Carritt, E. F. The Theory of Beauty. London: Methuen, 1914.
------. "Croce and His Aesthetic". Mind 62 ( 1953):452-64.
------. "A Reply to Dr. Patankar on 'Expression'". British Journal of Aesthetics 2 ( 1962):126-32.
Carsaniga, Giovanni. "Benedetto Croce and His Influence on Italian Thought". Alta: University of Birmingham Review ( 1967):94-102.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Translator's Preface vii
  • Translator's Acknowledgments xi
  • Translator's Introduction xiii
  • Foreword 3
  • I - Poetry and Literature 5
  • II - The Life of Poetry 84
  • III - Criticism and History of Poetry 119
  • IV - The Formation of the Poet and the Precepts 175
  • Bibliography 203
  • Index 207
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