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Contributions, biographical, literary, and philosophical, to the Eclectic review.

John Foster

Contributions, biographical, literary, and philosophical, to the Eclectic review.

by John Foster

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Published by T. Ward in London .
Written in English


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And yet, the great irony is that Plato is the greatest literary artist of the western philosophical canon. He writes his dialogues with characters and scenes and sometimes even plots, particularly in the Symposium. I’m really interested in novels that are deeply Platonic, and . LITERATURE, PHILOSOPHY OF The concepts of fiction and of literature are distinct. On the one hand, there are nonfictional literary works—essays, memoirs, biographies, histories, writings about nature, and even philosophy. Perhaps we should also include some letter collections, diaries, and journals. Source for information on Literature, Philosophy of: Encyclopedia of Philosophy dictionary.

Biographical criticism is the practice of analyzing a literary work through the lens of an author’s experience. Some poems depend on a reader’s knowledge of biographical facts. However, readers should be careful not to assume that the speaker of a poem is necessarily the poet. After a rather unremarkable childhood, marred only by a case of stealing pears, Augustine drifted through several philosophical systems before converting to Christianity at the age of thirty-one. At the age of nineteen, Augustine read Cicero's Hortensius, an experience that led him into the fascination with philosophical questions and methods.

  This is one of those rare books that I read cover to cover, not wanting to miss a word. I simply loved it!"--Paul Levy, author of Dispelling Wetiko: Breaking the Curse of Evil "Lachman’s biography does a great service not only in summing up the life of Colin Wilson, but in taking his ideas and setting them out in an accessible form. His initial books were not that popular until his third novel, ‘The dark room’. Narayan wrote many novels after this which were published and soon became a well renowned author during his time in India. 6. Rabindranath Tagore Even though Tagore received his education in law he took great interest in Shakespeare and his literature.


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