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The Truth of Art in David Jones and Hans-Georg Gadamer


I shall examine the theory of art developed by David Jones, the twentieth-century Anglo-Welsh poet and artist (especially in his essay “Art and Sacrament”), in the light of a comparison with the theory of art propounded by Hans-Georg Gadamer, the twentieth-century German philosopher in the phenomenological tradition (especially his essay “Die Aktualität des Schönen”), not claiming influence, but highlighting striking parallels.

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The Portrait of England in Henry James’s International Novels

References Armstrong, P. B. 1983. The Phenomenology of Henry James. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. Bradbury, N. 2008. “Henry James and Britain” in A Companion to Henry James . Greg W. Zacharias (ed.). Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell. Fowler, V. C. 1993. “The Later Fiction” in A Companion to Henry James Studies. Daniel Mark Fogel ( ed.). Westport: Greenwood Press. Horne, P. 1999. Henry James: A Life in Letters . Penguin: Allen Lane. James

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Much Ado About Nothing: Three Responses To Shakespeare’s Play

.1080/00313830120096770 . Volceanov, George. 2003. „Shakespeare’s Bed-Tricks, Subverted Patriarchy and the Authorship of the Subplot in The Two Noble Kinsmen”, in Britsh and American Studies , Vol. IX. Timișoara: Editura Universității de Vest, pp. 17-25. Wynne Davies, Marion. 2001. New Casebooks, Much Ado about Nothing and The Taming of the Shrew . New York: Palgrave Macmillan. . .

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