"Egyike is kétség" az irodalmi Ábrahám-koplexumról /

In the history of European and Hungarian literature, the rhetorical changes of post-Enlightenment poetry are mainly emploled using the narrative patterns - anxiety of influence and Oedipus-complex - elaborated and studied by Harold Bloom. Howewer, even Bloom claims that these narrative patterns cann...

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Main Author: Szilasi László
Format: Article
Published: 2006
Series:Acta historiae litterarum hungaricarum 29
Kulcsszavak:Irodalomtudomány
Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/1087
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