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Allegory Revisited : Ideals of Mankind :  Ideals of Mankind - Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka

Allegory Revisited : Ideals of Mankind

Ideals of Mankind

Hardcover Published: December 1993
ISBN: 9780792323129
Number Of Pages: 413

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Focusing mainly upon language, communication, textuality, etc., as is overwhelmingly today's fashion, we miss the very raison d'Aatre of literature and language itself. Moving a step further in our investigation of the anthropologico-ontopoietic sources of the life-significance of literature by unravelling the function of imaginatio creatrix in man's self interpretation-in-existence, this collection seeks to bring forth the royal role of allegory in the fostering of culture. A conjoint work of human elemental passions and of the human spirit, allegory mediates between lofty ideals of the highest human strivings and the pedestrian realm of facts. Interpretative or theoretical studies encompass allegory -- mediaeval, modern and post-modern -- in various literatures. Among the authors are: Tymieniecka, Kronegger, Jorge Garcia Gomez, V. Osadnik, H. Hellerstein, H. Rudnick, R. Kiefer, V. Fichera, K. Haney, Ch. Raffini, J. Williamson, B. Ross and Sitansu Ray.

Acknowledgements
The Theme: Passions Soaring toward Ideals
Allegorical Journeys toward the Wholeness and Unity of the Sea: Marguerite Yourcenarp. 3
Life and Myth: The Mother in Chinghiz Aitmatov's Literary Creationp. 17
In Humble Conformity: Cipher and Vision in Jorge Guillen's Poetryp. 31
Women in Taser Desh (The Land of Cards): Tagorean Ideals towards Humanistic Liberationp. 59
War and the Body in Lysistrata: Marriage and the Family under Siegep. 65
Allegorical Timep. 79
The Roman de la rose: Psychological Interiority in Medieval Allegoryp. 93
Allegory in the Work of Philippe de Mezieresp. 107
Allegory and the Performative in Jacques le Fatalistep. 123
Subjective Experience in Allegorical Worlds: Four Old French Literary Examplesp. 133
Type and Concept in Lazarillo de Tormes: Self-Knowledge and the Spanish Picaresque Narrativep. 145
Ortega y Gasset, Phenomenology and Quixotep. 179
Music and Language in Joyce's "The Dead"p. 191
Between the Acts: Virginia Woolf's Modern Allegoryp. 201
Camus' Caligula: An Allegory?p. 213
Beckett's Waiting for Godot as Allegoryp. 227
A Poetics of Absence: Kabbalist Allegory in the Poetry of Paul Celan, Edmond Jabes, and David Meltzerp. 241
Nouvelle Approche a l'Allegorie avec Reference a Octavio Paz et Marin Sorescup. 267
The Broken Allegory: Doris Lessing's The Fifth Child as Narrative Theodicyp. 277
Ricoeur's "Allegory" and Jakobson's Metaphoric/Metonymic Principlesp. 293
The Radiant Veil: Persistence and Permutationsp. 303
Imagery and Allegory in Philosophyp. 315
One Face Less: Masks, Time and the Telling of Stories in Tahar ben Jelloun's The Sand Childp. 325
Literary Criticism as Allegory: Sartre's Saint Genetp. 333
The Fragmentation and Social Reconstruction of the Past in Toni Morrison's Belovedp. 347
"We Are Not the Same": Simone de Beauvoir's She Came to Stay and the Phenomenological Reductionp. 359
Explanation, Understanding and Incommensurability in Psychoanalysisp. 367
Some Remarks on the Application of Ingarden's Theory to Film Studiesp. 377
Phenomenology and Matthew Arnold: An Uncollected Episodep. 399
Index of Namesp. 405
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ISBN: 9780792323129
ISBN-10: 0792323122
Series: ANALECTA HUSSERLIANA
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 413
Published: December 1993
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 16.51  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.82