Poetry and Pragmatism

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This book points to a line of linguistic scepticism that runs from Emerson, through the pragmatism of William James, and into the 20th century, with Robert Frost and Gertrude Stein. The author explores what James calls the vague and offers a redefinition of individualism.



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