Ice Around Our Lips: Finland-Swedish Poetry

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In the low mimetic area we enter a world that we may call the analogy of experience, and which bears a relation to the demonic world corresponding to the relation of the romantic innocent world to the apocalyptic one. SPAN: Journal of the South Pacific Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies 36 (1993): 320-29. They also try to understand how a text does what it does - how it makes you feel a certain way or how it describes whatever it describes.

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Publisher: Dufour Editions; illustrated edition edition (September 1989)

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