The Anxiety of Influence A Theory of Poetry (KINDLE)


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    The Anxiety of Influence A Theory of Poetry (KINDLE) free read ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB · Harold Bloom Harold Bloom is an easy guy to dislike and even easier to make fun of Watching his interviews has become somewhat of a hobby

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    free read ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB · Harold Bloom The Anxiety of Influence A Theory of Poetry (KINDLE) Every time I reread this I become dissatisfied with Bloom's central thesis about the poet's necessary misprision in order to clear the way for

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    free read ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB · Harold Bloom The Anxiety of Influence A Theory of Poetry (KINDLE) Bloom is here an American Nietzschean ventrilouist speaking through the dummy of William Blake's corpse a rhetor

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    The Anxiety of Influence A Theory of Poetry (KINDLE) When he was 35 Harold Bloom fell into a deep depression and in the midst of that depression he had a terrible nightmare that a giant winged creature was pressing down on his chest He woke up gasping for breath and the next day he began writing a book that would become The Anxiety of Influence in which he argues that all great writers are obsessed with breaking away from the great writers of the past The book m

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    free read ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB · Harold Bloom The Anxiety of Influence A Theory of Poetry (KINDLE) Harold Bloom · 3 review Video review dicky on several different levels there is much to admire in the scope and amibitions underlying this theory of poetry It might look old school to the point of outdatedness but it can still make any dedicated reader feel like they know way less then they should about the subject of their passion which all th

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    The Anxiety of Influence A Theory of Poetry (KINDLE) ''All modern schools believe that metaphor or figurative language of any kind is founded upon a pattern of error whether you ascribe an element of will or intentionality to it as I do in my belief that writers crea

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    The Anxiety of Influence A Theory of Poetry (KINDLE) I hate this bookHarold Bloom is an idiot

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    Harold Bloom · 3 review The Anxiety of Influence A Theory of Poetry (KINDLE) So this book came highly recommended I'm interested in criticism and generally I expected something challenging to read but at the same time illuminating The point is I'm not feeling illuminated at all This may be because I misunderstood the central idea This may be also because I find it to be utter bullshit It is to be fair very interesting and it may well shed some light on the creative process; but while I find it obvious t

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    The Anxiety of Influence A Theory of Poetry (KINDLE) ## from second reading ##Video review from first reading ##Bloom's first book is a phenomenon He covers his 6 stages of revisionary ratios through which poets may pass clinamen tessera kenosis daemonisation askesis apophrades; and the symbol of the Covering Cherub Genesis Ezekiel Blake which casts the longest shadow over every ephebe poet and conceals the way to self birthStrong poets make poetic history by misreading one another so as to

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    The Anxiety of Influence A Theory of Poetry (KINDLE) Harold Bloom · 3 review ‎‫‏‬‬I got introduced to Prof Harold Bloom while watching Yale’s course on Literature and Critical Theory I didn’t know how to feel about him and his theory of influence but now that I’ve read his entire book in which he presented his theory in detail I can say that It explained many things for me and it changed the way I look to novels and poems that I find similar some way or another to another novel or poemThe m

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review The Anxiety of Influence A Theory of Poetry 103 Harold Bloom · 3 review characters The Anxiety of Influence A Theory of Poetry Lassic work maintains that the anxiety of influence cannot be evaded neither by poets nor by responsible readers and critics A new introduction centering upon Shakespeare and Marlowe explains the genesis of Bloom's thinking and the subseuent influence of the book on literary criticism of the past uarter of a century. So this book came highly recommended I m interested in criticism and generally I expected something challenging to read but at the same time illuminating The point is I m not feeling illuminated at all This may be because I misunderstood the central idea This may be also because I find it to be utter bullshit It is to be fair very interesting and it may well shed some light on the creative process but while I find it obvious that yes poets do influence one another I can t really agree with the idea of misreadings since I think that texts can provoke different responses Roman Ingarden s places of indeterminacy come here to mind and I found the thing rather difficult to read in generalThis is not in itself a bad thing I didn t expect it to be easy But I expected it to make senseThe preface though and Bloom s thoughts on Shakespeare are brilliant and I wish it didn t stand out from the rest of the book so much I d have liked to benefit from the whole thingThree stars from me almost solely for the preface

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review The Anxiety of Influence A Theory of Poetry 103 Harold Bloom · 3 review characters The Anxiety of Influence A Theory of Poetry Harold Bloom's The Anxiety of Influence has cast its long shadow of influence since it was first published in 1973 Through an insightful study of Romantic poets Bloom puts forth his central vision of the relations between precursors and the individual artist His argument that all literary texts are a strong misreadi. Bloom is here an American Nietzschean ventrilouist speaking through the dummy of William Blake s corpse a rhetorician almost as elouent and just as evil as Milton s Satan

Harold Bloom · 3 review

review The Anxiety of Influence A Theory of Poetry 103 Harold Bloom · 3 review characters The Anxiety of Influence A Theory of Poetry Ng of those that precede them had an enormous impact on the practice of criticism and post structuralist literary theory The book remains a central work of criticism for all students of literatureWritten in a moving personal style anchored by concrete examples and memorable uotations this second edition of Bloom's c. Video review dicky on several different levels there is much to admire in the scope and amibitions underlying this theory of poetry It might look old school to the point of outdatedness but it can still make any dedicated reader feel like they know way less then they should about the subject of their passion which all things considered is always a great thing

  • Paperback
  • 208
  • The Anxiety of Influence A Theory of Poetry
  • Harold Bloom
  • English
  • 11 November 2019
  • 9780195112214