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From:Twentieth Century Literature (Vol. 67, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedThe 1965 poem "Clepsydra" challenges some of the historical claims made about the late John Ashbery. Marjorie Perloff (1978: 196) has cited Ashbery's work and Frank O'Hara's as evidence "that poetry in the second half of...
From:Texas Studies in Literature and Language (Vol. 58, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedIf the abundant critical commentary on the Clerk's Tale has demonstrated anything, it is the falseness of Charles Muscatine's claim that the tale "is so transparent as to seem to have nothing in it." (1) Many critics...
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From:Studies in Philology (Vol. 116, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedSamuel Taylor Coleridge's The Statesman's Manual distinguishes between symbol and allegory, and the distinction reveals what is at stake in Mansfield Park. Austen alludes to the country house tradition that empowers...
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