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Paul de Man and Martin McQuillan

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780748641048

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: September 2015

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9780748641048.001.0001

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The Unimaginable Touch of Time: Proposed Table of Contents

The Unimaginable Touch of Time: Proposed Table of Contents

(p.285) 27 The Unimaginable Touch of Time: Proposed Table of Contents
The Paul De Man Notebooks

Martin McQuillan

Edinburgh University Press

This is Paul de Man's proposed table of contents for The Unimaginable Touch of Time, a volume that he envisaged but never brought to fruition. The book is supposed to have thirteen chapters: Intentional Structure of the Romantic Image; The Contemporary Criticism of Romanticism; Rousseau and the Transcendence of the Self; Rousseau and Madame de Stael; The Image of Rousseau in the Poetry of Hölderlin; Patterns of Temporality in Hölderlin's ‘Wie wenn am Feiertage’; Wordsworth and Hölderlin; Time and History in Wordsworth; Symbolic Landscape in Wordsworth and Yeats; The Poetic Itinerary of John Keats; Allegory and Irony in Baudelaire; Rhetoric of Temporality: Romantic Allegory; Rhetoric of Temporality: Romantic Irony.

Keywords:   table of contents, Paul de Man, The Unimaginable Touch of Time, Romanticism, poetry, temporality, John Keats, allegory, irony

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