Authorship as Alchemy: Subversive Writing in Pushkin, Scott, and Hoffmann David Kropf

ISBN: 9780804723008

Published: November 1st 1994

Hardcover

288 pages


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Authorship as Alchemy: Subversive Writing in Pushkin, Scott, and Hoffmann  by  David Kropf

Authorship as Alchemy: Subversive Writing in Pushkin, Scott, and Hoffmann by David Kropf
November 1st 1994 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 288 pages | ISBN: 9780804723008 | 8.52 Mb

This book is an attempt to answer Michel Foucaults question, What is an author? It examines the relationship between personal identity, the physical person of the writer, and the author projected as a matter of public perception via theMoreThis book is an attempt to answer Michel Foucaults question, What is an author? It examines the relationship between personal identity, the physical person of the writer, and the author projected as a matter of public perception via the reception of written texts.

It approaches this problem by analyzing the way Romantic writers play upon and subvert the author position projected upon them in the public reception of their texts, and it sheds light on the use of anonyms and pseudonyms as strategies that subvert the emerging institution of authorship.



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