Author Irwin, John T
Title Hart Crane's Poetry : Appollinaire Lived in Paris, I Live in Cleveland, Ohio
Imprint Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011
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Note Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- Part One. The Bridge -- 1 The Pictorial and the Poetic -- The Bridge as a Prophetic Vision of Origins -- 2 The Visual Structure of Prophetic Vision -- a Simultaneous Glimpse Before and Behind -- 3 Spengler's Reading of Perspective as a Culture-Symbol -- 4 The Bridge and the Paintings in the Sistine Chapel -- Moses and Jesus: Columbus and Whitman -- Joseph Stella -- El Greco's Agony in the Garden -- the Grail -- Dionysus and Jesus -- 5 Counterpoint in The Bridge -- 6 Foreshadowing and Lateral Foreshadowing -- the Grail Quest -- Eliot's The Waste Land -- 7 The Return to Origin -- the Total Return to the Womb -- the Primal Scene -- Vision and Invisibility -- the Dual Identification -- 8 The Reversal of the Figures of Father and Mother in "Indiana" -- Crane's Dream of the Black Man by the River -- Crane's Quarrel with His Father -- the Composition of "Black Tambourine" -- 9 Crane's Dream of His Mother's Trunk in the Attic -- 10 Fantasies of Return to the Womb and the Primal Scene -- Three Dimensions Reduced to Two as a Sign of Body Transcendence -- the Triple Archetype -- Goethe's Faust -- Plato's Cave Allegory as aSublimated Womb Fantasy -- Helen as Mother -- the Influence of Williams and Nietzsche -- Demeter, Korē, and the Amerindian Corn Mother -- 11 Building the Virgin -- Crane's "To Liberty" -- Lazarus's "The New Colossus" -- Helen and Psyche -- Astraea and the Constellation Virgo -- Demeter and Korē the Virgin Mary and Queen Elizabeth I -- 12 The Education of Henry Adams -- Arnold's "Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse" -- Wandering between Two Worlds -- Seneca's Medea -- Whitman and the Rebound Seed -- 13 "Three Songs" -- Golden Hair -- "Quaker Hill" and the Motherly Artist -- the Return of the Golden Age -- Astraea and Atlantis -- 14 Epic Predecessors: Aeneas and Dido -- Survival through a Part-Object
Stellar Translation and the Golden-Haired Grain -- 15 The Historical Pocahontas and the Mythical Quetzalcoatl -- Prescott, Spence, and D. H. Lawrence as Influences on The Bridge -- Waldo Frank's Our America and the Image of Submergence -- 16 Nietzsche and the Return of the Old Gods -- Zarathustra and Quetzalcoatl -- the Eagle and the Serpent -- the Dance -- 17 The Aeneid, Book 6, and "The Tunnel" -- "Cutty Sark" and Glaucus in Ovid -- Burns's "Tam o' Shanter" -- Glaucus in Keats's Endymion -- 18 Time and Eternity in "Cutty Sark" -- Stamboul Rose, Atlantis Rose, and Dante's Rose -- Moby-Dick and "Cutty Sark" -- 19 The Historical Cutty Sark -- Hero and Leander -- Jason and the Argo -- Dante and the Argo -- 20 Constellations and The Bridge -- 21 Constellations Continued -- Panis Angelicus -- 22 Time and Eternity -- Temporal Narrative and Spatial Configuration -- the Bridge as Memory Place -- "Atlantis" -- One Arc Synoptic of All Times -- 23 "Atlantis" and the Image of Flight -- Shelley's "To a Skylark" -- Pater and the Tears of Dionysus -- 24 Love and Light -- Love-as-Bridgeship -- Pater and Botticelli's Venus -- Venus and the Rainbow -- Foam-Born -- Pyramids and Fire -- From Ritual to Romance -- Venus and Adonis -- 25 Three Structures -- the Visualization of the Womb Fantasy in The Last Judgement -- the Transumptive Relationship -- 26 Michelangelo's Self-Portrait -- Marsyas and the Suffering Artist -- Part Two. White Buildings and "The Broken Tower" -- 1 "Legend," "Black Tambourine," "Emblems of Conduct," "My Grandmother's Love Letters," "Sunday Morning Apples" -- 2 "Praise for an Urn," "Garden Abstract," "Stark Major," "Chaplinesque" -- 3 "Pastorale," "In Shadow," "The Fernery," "North Labrador" -- 4 "Repose of Rivers," "Paraphrase," "Possessions" -- 5 "Lachrymae Christi" -- 6 "Passage" -- 7 "The Wine Menagerie," "Recitative"
8 "For the Marriage of Faustus and Helen" -- 9 "At Melville's Tomb," "Voyages I, II, III" -- 10 "Voyages IV, V, VI" -- 11 "The Broken Tower" -- Notes to Part One: The Bridge -- Works Cited -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Y -- Z
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Link Print version: Irwin, John T. Hart Crane's Poetry : Appollinaire Lived in Paris, I Live in Cleveland, Ohio Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press,c2011 9781421402215
Subject Crane, Hart - Criticism and interpretation
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