Interrelations of Literature
Editor(s): Jean-Pierre Barricelli, Joseph Gibaldi
Pages: vi & 329 pp.
"This is no ordinary collection.... Focusing on literature, each essay takes a different subject of interrelation: linguistics, philosophy, religion, myth, folklore, sociology, politics, law, science, psychology, music, the visual arts, and film."
The casebound edition of this title is out of print.
Since its publication in 1983, Interrelations of Literature has been considered a standard introduction to the interdisciplinary study of literature. The thirteen essays in this volume address the interrelations of literature with linguistics, philosophy, religion, myth, folklore, sociology, politics, law, science, psychology, music, the visual arts, and film. Each essay reviews the relevant scholarship, analyzes selected methodologies, and discusses major issues. The book concludes with a valuable glossary and a detailed index.
Priscilla B. P. Clark
Bruce A. Rosenberg
Stephen Paul Scher
Murray M. Schwartz
John B. Vickery