Aesthetic Experience and the Humanities: Modern Ideas of Aesthetic Experience in the Reading of World Literature
Columbia University Press, 1943 - 339 Seiten
An examination of the aesthetic experience as seen through world literature and the humanities. Review of ideas from world literature, various spokesmen for the humanities, and practices for modern humanities courses.
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