6 edition of Metaphysical rebellion in the works of Emily Brontë found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -270) and indexes..
|Statement||Jill Dix Ghnassia.|
|LC Classifications||PR4173 .G46 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 276 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||93028592|
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[Virginia Jill Dix Ghnassia] -- While Emily Bronte is best known for her masterpiece, Wuthering Heights, her poetry and French essays have received scant critical attention. As lyrical and inventive as any poet of her era, Bronte.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Emily Brontë (Brontë, Emily, ) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article. Brontë, Emily, Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell (London: Aylott and Jones, ), also by Charlotte Brontë and Anne Brontë HTML at Celebration of Women Writers.
7 Jill Dix Ghnassia, Metaphysical Rebellion in the Works of Emily Brontë: A Reinterpretation (New York: St Martin’s Press, ), p. 8 Ghnassia, p. 9 Lyn Pykett, Emily Bront ë (London: Macmillan, ), : Min-Hua Wu. Metaphysical rebellion is a claim, motivated by the concept of a complete unity, against the suffering of life and death and a protest against the human condition both for its incompleteness, thanks to death, and its wastefulness, thanks to evil.
The novelist E. Benson, writing in'hero-worshipped Emily in the religious language of mysticism'. Emily the mystic rebel became Emily the lesbian. Ghnassia, Jill Dix, Metaphysical Rebellion in the Works of Emily Bronte. A Reinterpretation, New York, St.
Martin’s Press, Harrison, G. Elsie, Haworth Parsonage, A Study of Wesley and the Brontes, London: The Epworth Press, If God sides with the universe against humanity, He leaves humans with the options of metaphysical rebellion or acceptance of the absurd.
Metaphysical rebellion inevitably means violence, both against oneself and others, in order to end the predatory human-universe relationship through death.
Emily Brontë lived a life relatively isolated from the broader cultural currents of the period. She was born in and died inat the age of With the exception of a few years away at.
Emily Brontë ( – ) is best remembered for her haunting and passionate novel Wuthering Heights, but she has also been recognized as a brilliant the three sisters, Emily Brontë’s poetry has been acknowledged as more skillful and moving than that of Charlotte or Anne.
In the mids, Charlotte discovered a stash of Emily’s poems and recognized the genius in them. Early Modern Women on Metaphysics ed. by Emily Thomas [Book Review] John Grey. Journal of the History of Philosophy 57 (1) () Authors John R.
Grey Metaphysical Rebellion in the Works of Emily Brontèe a Reinterpretation. Virginia Jill Dix Ghnassia - Rebellion is sin personified in Satan: Genesis ; Rebellion is comparable to witchcraft: 1 Samuel ; Rebellion is a practice of evil people: Proverbs ; Isaiah ; Rebellion results in the loss of blessings from God: Numbers ; Joshua ; Jeremiah ; Rebellion angers God: Isaiah ; 1 Peter Emily Brontë, Writer: Wuthering Heights.
The dreamiest of the talented Brontë clan, Emily Jane Brontë was born in Her mother died when she was barely more than a toddler, and Emily and her younger sister, Anne, became very close. Along with their other siblings, 'Charlotte Bronte' and Branwell Bronte, they invented the make-believe kingdoms of Angria and Gondal, which occupied.
The rebel slave affirms that there is. something in him that will not tolerate the manner in which his master treats him; the metaphysical rebel. declares that he is frustrated by the universe.
For both of them, it is not only a question of pure and simple. negation. Similar books and articles. Charlotte Brontë the Self Conceived. Helene Moglen - The Language of Truth Charlotte Brontë, the Woman Question, and the Novel. Metaphysical Rebellion in the Works of Emily Brontèe a Reinterpretation.
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The English writer and Anglican cleric John Donne is considered now to be the preeminent metaphysical poet of his time.
He was born in to Roman Catholic parents, when practicing that religion was illegal in England. His work is distinguished by its emotional and sonic intensity and its capacity to plumb the paradoxes of faith, human and divine love, and the possibility of salvation.
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The book was written in that context. Genre/Form: Poetry: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brontë, Emily, Complete poems of Emily Brontë. London: Hodder and stoughton, Get this from a library! Emily Brontë re-collects and other poems. [Vera Newsom] -- Collection of poems, some written in the voice of Bronte when she was nearing death, others on subjects ranging from childhood memories to recent events.