Arndt, Murray

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Smashing the monuments and saving the pedestals : Washington Allston and Edgar Allan Poe's mandate for the American artist 1992 4 The purpose of this study is to examine the role of the artist in nineteenth-century America as it was conceived by Washington Allston and Edgar Allan Poe. Washington Allston was the first American painter and Edgar Allan Poe the first American poet ...
The radical integration of science, religion, and poetry in the writings of Loren Eiseley and Richard Wilbur 1995 4 In a postmodern world turning away from the rigid categories of the past and "the univocal literalism" (Tarnas) of the modern mind, Loren Eiseley and Richard Wilbur bridge the schism between religion and science. Their essays and poems reinvigorate t...
Separation, skepticism, and the self : the developing mind and art of Emily Dickinson 1977 2 Emily Dickinson's poetic development was closely linked to the development of her religious thought. Any analysis of her poetry must necessarily include extensive commentary on the nature of her religious experiences; conversely, a discussion of her ...