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Imagination, Metaphor and Mythopeiea in Wordsworth, Shelley and Keats


Firat Karadas

Contents: The imaginative and discursive character of metaphor and myth – Metaphorization and mythologization as inborn aspects of the imagination and perception – The speaking subject as the determiner of meaning – The interaction between nature and imagination as the originator of mythology – Romantic mythography as reconstruction of Greco-Roman, Christian and medieval mythologies.