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The Name of the Poet. Onomastics and Anonymity in the Works of Stephane Mallarme.

The Name of the Poet. Onomastics and Anonymity in the Works of Stephane Mallarme.

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The Name of the Poet. Onomastics and Anonymity in the Works of Stephane Mallarme.

by (Mallarme, Stephane) Temple, Michael:

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-University of Exeter Press, 1995-. First edition. vi+199pp with index. Cloth. Fine in dustjacket. An examination of the use of names and the art of naming in the works of Stephane Mallarme. Maintaining an independent critical and self-critical approach, the author elaborates a "theory of the name" from within the Mallarmean text, rather than through the application of the external theory. The work provides the reader with new ways of thinking about Mallarme's "development" and about poetry's attempt to break out of an embattled position in the last decades of the 19th century. The Name of the Poet. Onomastics and Anonymity in the Works of Stephane Mallarme boxed 0859894312

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Title
The Name of the Poet. Onomastics and Anonymity in the Works of Stephane Mallarme.
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(Mallarme, Stephane) Temple, Michael:
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Hardcover
ISBN 10
0859894312
ISBN 13
9780859894319
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-University of Exeter Press, 1995-
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Devon
This edition first published
1995

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