No Passion Spent: Essays, 1978-1995
Faber & Faber, Limited, 1996 - 430 頁
Spanning a considerable time, these essays turn on a central theme: what is meant by reading a serious text at a time when theories of language and literature question the very possibility of any agreed meaning, and at a time when new technologies seem likely to replace books as we have known them since Gutenberg? The question is brought to bear deliberately on the Bible, Homer and Shakespeare.
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NO PASSION SPENT: Essays 1978-1995用戶評語 - Kirkus
In search of the depths of Homer, the Bible, Shakespeare, and Kafka, and the problematic interplay of Judaism, Classicism, and Christianity, Steiner (Proofs and Three Parables, 1993, etc.) displays ... 閱讀評論全文
No passion spent: essays 1978-1995用戶評語 - Not Available - Book Verdict
This new volume collects 21 previously published essays by Steiner, the noted scholar, novelist, and professor of English and comparative literature at Cambridge and the University of Geneva. Ranging ... 閱讀評論全文