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Title: Wallace Stevensの"The Rock"における無と救済
Other Titles: Wallace Stevens ノ The Rock ニオケル ム ト キュウサイ
Nothingness and Cure in Wallace Stevens'"The Rock"
Authors: 坂本, 季詩雄
Issue Date: 31-Mar-1995
Publisher: 愛知工業大学
Abstract: Wallace Stevens wrote a poem called "The Rock" in his very later years of his life, at the age of seventy. The poem treats his life long theme as an artist, the relatonship between reality and imagination, things and self, language and irrationality. The decline of his creativity tortured him at that time even though he was producing his artifacts with the consistent theme until his death at the age of seventy five. This paper focuses on the poet's attitude toward nothingness and cure mainly from the Jacques Lacan's psycho-analytic point of view, which would allow us to appreciate his poetic world of plenty.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11133/1942
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