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Anatomy of Criticism
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The Great Code: The Bible and Literature
Considered by many to be Northrop Frye's magnum opus, The Great Code (1982) reflects a lifetime of thinking about the patterns and meanings of the Bible. In this new edition of The Great Code, AlvinExpand
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Anatomy of Criticism: Four Essays
Striking out at the conception of criticism as restricted to mere opinion or ritual gesture, Northrop Frye wrote this magisterial work proceeding on the assumption that criticism is a structure ofExpand
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A Natural Perspective: The Development Of Shakespearean Comedy And Romance.
In A Natural Perspective, distinguished critic Northrop Frye maintains that Shakespeare's comedy is widely misunderstood and underestimated, and that the four romances - Pericles, Cymbeline, TheExpand
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The Archetypes of Literature
To see and to study the principles of optics are obviously different kinds of experiences; to enjoy a novel and to criticize it are equally different. Seeing and enjoying cannot be taught, butExpand
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The double vision : language and meaning in religion
The publication in 1982 of Northrop Frye's The Great Code: The Bible and Literature was a literary event of major significance. Frye took what he called 'a fresh and firsthand look' at the Bible andExpand
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Towards Defining an Age of Sensibility
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Spiritus Mundi: Essays on Literature, Myth, and Society
This collection of a dozen major essays written in recent year is vintage Frye-the fine distillation of a lifetime of originative thinking about literature and its context. The essays in SpiritusExpand
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