Archetype, Architecture, and the Writer

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Indiana University Press, 22‏/04‏/1986 - 208 من الصفحات

"Altogether, the work is a delight, offering an unusual, provocative view on the disparate texts, with the added pleasure of lucid graceful prose." —Journal of Modern Literature

Bettina Knapp probes the nature, meaning, and use of the architectural metaphors and archetypes that pervade all literature.

 

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The Master BuilderEmptiness
1
The Intruder and InteriorAn
13
The Jolly CornerThe Entrapped
27
The Tower of RomeAn Architectural
45
Archetype of the SelfMade Man 4555
67
The House of Bernarda AlbaA
84
The Library of BabelThe Archetypal
100
In a Flemish GardenA
125
The Romance of the Western
147
The Temple of the Golden PavilionAn
168
CONCLUSION
192
BIBLIOGRAPHY
200
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