"Poetry" Show Notes and Credits
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M.H. Abrams & Geoffrey Galt Harpham, A Glossary of Literary Terms (Wadsworth, 2009)
Gordon Graham, Philosophy of the Arts (Routledge, 1997)
Samuel Willard Crompton, Emanuel Swedenborg (Chelsea House, 2005)
Paul Guyer, “The Origins of Modern Aesthetics: 1711-35” in The Blackwell Guide to Aesthetics, Peter Kivy, ed. (Blackwell, 2004)
Danielle Coriale “Reading through Deafness: Francis Galton and the Strange Science of Psychophysics” in Strange Science: Investigating the Limits of Knowledge in the Victorian Age, Lara Karpenko & Shalyn Claggett, eds. (U of Michigan P, 2017)
Robert F. Gleckner, “Blake and the Senses”, Studies in Romanticism 5.1 (1965): 1-15
Jason David Hall, “Materializing Meter: Physiology, Psychology, Prosody”, Victorian Poetry 49.2 (2011): 179-197.
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Reuven Tsur, “Synaesthesia as a Neuropsychological and Literary Phenomenon”, Style 41.1 (2007): 30-52.
Charles G. Gross “Emanuel Swedenborg: A Neuroscientist Before His Time”, The Neuroscientist 3.2 (1997): 142-147.
Robert J. Yanal, “Aristotle’s Definition of Poetry”, Noûs 16.4 (1982): 499-525.
Angus Armstrong, “Aristotle’s Theory of Poetry”, Greece & Rome 10.30 (1941): 120-125.
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