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Narcissus theme in Western European literature up to the early 19th century

Louise Vinge

Narcissus theme in Western European literature up to the early 19th century

by Louise Vinge

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Published by Gleerups in Lund .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literature, Comparative -- Themes, motives,
  • Narcissism in literature

  • Edition Notes

    Translated from the Swedish manuscript by Robert Dewsnap in collaboration with Lisbeth Grönlund and by Nigel Reeves in collaboration with Ingrid Söderberg-Reeves. Bibliography: p. [416]-438.

    StatementLouise Vinge.. --
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 448 p.
    Number of Pages448
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20866637M

    A central theme in Narcissus and Goldmund is the conflicting dichotomy present in the world and in every man: good and evil, life and death, joy and sorrow, thinker and dreamer, male and female. The Narcissus theme in Western European literature up to the early 19th century. Louise Vinge. Louise Vinge. Gleerups, - Comparative literature - pages.

    For further bibliography on the myth of Narcissus and his fate cf. also G. Rosati, Narciso e Pigmalione. Illusione e spettacolo nelle Metamorfosi di Ovidio (Milan: Sansoni, ), in which he quotes: L. Vigne, The Narcissus Theme in Western European Literature up to the Early 19th Century (Lund: ). There is no collection of more recent by: 1. A. Narcissus 1) When I searched Narcissus, items were found on the UIUC Online Library Catalog. 2) Some examples of these items include a book, “Narcissus theme in Western European literature up to the early 19 th century” by Louise Vinge, and a song, “Mirror of Narcissus” by Machaut de Guillaume. B. Cadmus 3) a) is the website for Cenveo Publisher Services which.

    in English Poetry (), and Louise Vinge’s The Narcissus Theme in Western European Literature Up to the Early Nineteenth Century () features detailed analysis of the many different literary versions of the myth (Berman 11). According to Berman one can analyze narcissism in literature on four different levels: fictional. Early Greek Myth. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. Kerenyi, Karl (). The Heroes of the Greeks. New York/London: Thames and Hudson. Vinge, Louise (). The Narcissus Theme in Western Literature up to the Nineteenth Century. Calimach, Andrew (). Lovers' Legends: The Gay Greek Myths. New Rochelle: Haiduk Press. On-line version.


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Louise Vinge. The Narcissus Theme in Western European Literature up to the Early Nineteenth Century By LOUISE VINGE. Translated by Robert Dewsnap in collaboration with Lisbeth Grönlund (Introduction; Chapters III-X and Chapter XII; Notes) and by Nigel Reeves in collaboration with Ingrid Söderberg-Reeves (Chapters I, II, and XI).

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