By Christopher New
the nature of fiction and our emotional involvement with fictional characters
the thought of mind's eye and its position within the apprehension of literary works
theories of metaphor and postmodernist thought at the importance of the authors' intentions to the interpretationof their work
an exam of the relevance of thruth and morality to literary appreciation
Lucid and good organised and unfastened from jargon,
hilosophy of Literature: An creation deals clean techniques to conventional difficulties and increases new concerns within the philosophy of literature.
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