Feeding on Infinity: Readings in the Romantic Rhetoric of Internalization
Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000 - 154 Seiten
Notions of internalization play an important role in many contemporary fields of discourse, including literary history and theory, psychoanalysis, ideological critique, and learning theory in the social sciences. Indeed, the term internalization is pervasive and seems to answer a shared need of expression to such an extent that it is one of those technical words that has found its way into everyday use.
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Romanticism and the Internalization of Scripture
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