Visionary Poetics: Essays on Northrop Frye's Criticism

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Visionary Poetics
Essays on
Northrop Frye's Criticism

Edited by Robert D. Denham
and Thomas Willard

PETER LANG
New York · San Francisco · Bern
Frankfurt am Main · Paris · London

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Visionary Poetics: Essays on Northrop Frye's Criticism
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Auguries of Experience 1
  • I. Northrop Frye and the Contexts of Criticism 9
  • The Visionary Education 11
  • Notes 32
  • Works Cited 35
  • Essay on Frye 41
  • Works Cited 46
  • Northrop Frye in a Canadian Context 47
  • Works Cited 55
  • Frye and Romanticism 57
  • Works Cited 73
  • Ii. Anatomy of Criticism in Retrospect 75
  • Auguries of Influence 77
  • Notes 91
  • Works Cited 93
  • Ideology and Counterideology in the Anatomy 101
  • Works Cited 111
  • What's a Meta Phor? 113
  • Notes 132
  • Works Cited 134
  • Ratio Contained by Oratio: Northrop Frye on the Rhetoric of Non-Literary Prose 137
  • Notes 149
  • Works Cited 152
  • Notes on Contributors 155
  • Index 157
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