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Succeeding King Lear : literature, exposure, and the possibility of politics /

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  • "This book investigates Shakespeare's King Lear and its originative power in modern literature with specific attention to the early work of English Romantic poet William Wordsworth and to the American writer James Agee and photographer Walker Evans's 1941 collaboration, Let Us Now Praise Famous Men. It examines how these later readers return to the play to interrogate emphatically the question of the relations between literature and politics in modernity and to initiate in this way their own creative trajectories. King Lear opens up a literary genealogy or history of successors, at the heart an"
  • "This book investigates Shakespeare's King Lear and its originative power in modern literature with specific attention to the early work of English Romantic poet William Wordsworth and to the American writer James Agee and photographer Walker Evans's 1941 collaboration, Let Us Now Praise Famous Men. It examines how these later readers return to the play to interrogate emphatically the question of the relations between literature and politics in modernity and to initiate in this way their own creative trajectories. King Lear opens up a literary genealogy or history of successors, at the heart an."

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  • "Livres électroniques."
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc."@en
  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc."
  • "Electronic books."

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  • "Succeeding King Lear literature, exposure, and the possibility of politics /"
  • "Succeeding King Lear Literature, Exposure, and the Possibility of Politics."
  • "Succeeding King Lear : literature, exposure, and the possibility of politics /"
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