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Poetic Creation

Poetic Creation
  • Author: Carl Abraham Daniel Fehrman
  • Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
  • ISBN: 9780816608997
  • Page: 229
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... is obvious that he in his novel—like Madame de Stael in hers—reinterpreted the art of improvisation in a romantic light. Antonio is the romantic natural genius incarnate. When he on one occasion expounds his view of poetic creation, ...

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