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Sartres Theory of Literature

By John L. Howell
djvu
Format
1979
Year
English
Language
Modern Humanities Research Association
Publisher

Summary

The basis of Sartre's aesthetic theories is laid in his phenomenological study of the imagination, published in 1940. An understanding of this work and its implications is essential for a proper appreciation of Sartre's ideas on art. It is, moreover, in this work of psychology that many of the paradoxes of his later aesthetics originate.

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