Download E-books Keats and Embarrassment PDF

During this acclaimed e-book, Professor Ricks argues for the significance of embarrassment in human lifestyles and for the price artistic endeavors which support us take care of embarrassment through spotting and refining it. As a poet and a guy, Keats was once in particular delicate to, and morally clever approximately, embarrassment. This examine demonstrates the actual course of his perception and ethical trouble to recognize embarrassability and its involvement in very important ethical concerns.

Show description

Read or Download Keats and Embarrassment PDF

Best American Literature books

Ends of Assimilation: The Formation of Chicano Literature

Ends of Assimilation examines how Chicano literature imagines the stipulations and prices of cultural switch, arguing that its thematic preoccupation with assimilation illuminates the functionality of literature. John Alba Cutler exhibits how mid-century sociologists complicated a version of assimilation that overlooked the interlinking of race, gender, and sexuality and characterised American tradition as homogeneous, reliable, and remarkable.

"Something Dreadful and Grand": American Literature and The Irish-Jewish Unconscious

Intricate analogies among Irish and Jewish historical past, among Irish and Jewish subjectivities, take place with superb frequency all through American literature. They bear in mind James Joyce's Leopold Bloom and episodes of Ulysses, Douglas Hyde's analogies in the course of the Celtic Revival among studying Hebrew and studying Irish, and a myriad of claims of an strange courting among those peoples that is going past comparisons in their respective diasporic histories.

The Interpretation of Otherness: Literature, Religion, and the American Imagination

Experiences the ways that innovative literature expresses non secular which means and considers the contribution of literary feedback to spiritual scholarship, conserving reciprocity exists among literature and faith.

Atrocity and Amnesia: The Political Novel since 1945

Operating intentionally opposed to the grain of assumptions dominant within the modern literary academy, Boyers examines novels by way of Günter Grass, Gabriel Garcia Márquez, Milan Kundera and others, arguing that it can be crucial to talk of personality, ethics, and philosophic function if one is to appreciate those works.

Extra info for Keats and Embarrassment

Show sample text content

Rated 4.28 of 5 – based on 7 votes