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Kabbalah and Criticism

Harold Bloomfield

Kabbalah and Criticism

Harold Bloomfield

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Kabbalah and Criticism may be justly regarded as the cardinal work of Harold Bloom's enterprise. This book is the keystone in the arch; it clarifies the development of his earlier books and indicates the direction of his future work. Kabbalah and Criticism provides a study of the Kabbalah itself, of its great commentators and the "revisionary ratios" they employed, and of its significance as a model for contemporary criticism. It is thus an indispensable book for all students of literature as well as for all those who are fascinated by this singularly rich body of mystical writings the influence of which is possibly greater now than at any other time.

- Publisher Kabbalah and Criticism may justly be regarded as the cardinal work in Harold Bloom's enterprise. It is the keystone in the arch, clarifying the development of his earlier books, pointing to the direction of his later ones. Kabbalah and Criticism provides a study of the Kabbablah itself, of its commentators - the `revisionary ratios' they employed - and of its significance as a model for contemporary criticism.

- Publisher While Bloom is appreciated for his originality, range and clarity, less notice has been taken of the remarkable unity that is displayed in his writings from the earlier studies on Shelley, Blake and Romanticism, up to A Map of Misreading. That unity is brilliantly highlighted in Kabbalah and Criticism. Providing a study of the Kabbalah itself, its great commentators, the 'revisionary ratios' they employed and of its significance as a model for contemporary criticism, Kabbalah and Criticism is an indispensable book for all students of literature as well as for all those who are fascinated by this singularly rich body of mystical writings.

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Kabbalah and Criticism may be justly regarded as the cardinal work of Harold Bloom's enterprise. This book is the keystone in the arch; it clarifies the development of his earlier books and indicates the direction of his future work. Kabbalah and Criticism provides a study of the Kabbalah itself, of its great commentators and the "revisionary ratios" they employed, and of its significance as a model for contemporary criticism. It is thus an indispensable book for all students of literature as well as for all those who are fascinated by this singularly rich body of mystical writings the influence of which is possibly greater now than at any other time.
- Publisher

Kabbalah and Criticism may justly be regarded as the cardinal work in Harold Bloom's enterprise. It is the keystone in the arch, clarifying the development of his earlier books, pointing to the direction of his later ones. Kabbalah and Criticism provides a study of the Kabbablah itself, of its commentators - the `revisionary ratios' they employed - and of its significance as a model for contemporary criticism.
- Publisher

While Bloom is appreciated for his originality, range and clarity, less notice has been taken of the remarkable unity that is displayed in his writings from the earlier studies on Shelley, Blake and Romanticism, up to A Map of Misreading. That unity is brilliantly highlighted in Kabbalah and Criticism. Providing a study of the Kabbalah itself, its great commentators, the 'revisionary ratios' they employed and of its significance as a model for contemporary criticism, Kabbalah and Criticism is an indispensable book for all students of literature as well as for all those who are fascinated by this singularly rich body of mystical writings.
- Publisher

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  • Catalogue Code 241381
  • Product Code 082641737X
  • EAN 9780826417374
  • Pages 68
  • Department Academic
  • Category World Religions
  • Sub-Category Judaism
  • Publisher Bloomsbury Continuum Publishing Group
  • Publication Date Aug 2005
  • Dimensions 197 x 129 x 6 mm
  • Weight 0.086kg

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