MORE (THAN) ONESELF: ELIZABETH BARRETT BARRETT’S PROMETHEUS (1833) – PREFACED
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With the publication of Prometheus Bound, with Other Poems in 1833 Elizabeth Barrett Barrett’s by then confirmed interest in the theme of building meaning in communal and historical terms acquires prominence. In the present paper I aim at examining the intelligibility of existing, the functionality of (literary) memory, as well as the significance of cognizing time as mutuality and exchange, based on an analysis of the poetess’ Preface to her translation of Æeschylus’ Prometheus Bound as part of the above named collection.
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