Christ and Apollo: The Dimensions of the Literary Imagination

Review of Metaphysics 15 (1):193-193 (1961)

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This work provides an interesting, though sometimes rather sweeping, demonstration that the metaphysical problem of the same and the other is also the central problem of literature and literary criticism. The author defends the analogical imagination as the symbolic counterpart of participation in Platonic metaphysics.--D. C. B.

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