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My Silver Planet
Language: en
Pages: 312
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Categories: Literary Criticism
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Taking its title from John Keats, My Silver Planet contends that the problem of elite poetry’s relation to popular culture bears the indelible mark of its turbulent incorporation of vernacular poetry—a legacy shaped by nostalgia, contempt, and fraudulence. Daniel Tiffany reactivates and fundamentally redefines the concept of kitsch, freeing it
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Language: en
Pages: 170
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Categories: Philosophy
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The Four Elements
Language: en
Pages: 224
Authors: John O'Donohue
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