Romantic Agony: Fancy and Imagination in Samuel Beckett's

in Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd'hui
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In , Samuel Beckett contributes to a discussion regarding an important Romantic distinction between Fancy and Imagination, suggesting that no matter how much Fancy, particularly its passive aspect, predominates in this text, the dynamic function of Imagination is never absent. Contrary to popular scholarly consensus, therefore, a close examination of reveals a dynamic text that demonstrates the Romantic aspects of Beckett's own creative process, thereby aligning him more with the German and English Romantics than with the so-called post-modernists.

Romantic Agony: Fancy and Imagination in Samuel Beckett's

in Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd'hui

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