Jean Toomer and the Prison-House of Thought: A Phenomenology of the Spirit

Jean Toomer and the Prison-House of Thought: A Phenomenology of the Spirit

Jean Toomer and the Prison-House of Thought: A Phenomenology of the Spirit

Jean Toomer and the Prison-House of Thought: A Phenomenology of the Spirit

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Offering a critique of the subjective idealism that lies at the centre of Toomer's oeuvre through the lens of Lukac's theory of reification, Robert B. Jones frames his analysis in terms of Kierkegaard's stages of development - the aesthetic, the ethical, and the religious.
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