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The Vale of Soul-Making: Poetic Origins of the Post-Kleinian Model of the Mind
Williams, Meg Harris
Routledge / Karnac Books / Softcover / 2005-04-01 / 1855753103
Object Relations / Poetry
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Poets have always seen themselves as inspired by their Muse. In this book this is taken literally, not just metaphorically, to be a faithful description of an internal identification with a teaching object or deity that governs the adventure of writing the poem. The central concern of the book is therefore the relationship of each individual poet with his Muse, as worked out "on the pulses" through the expressive qualities of poetic language.
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