9 May 1991
Show More The Infection of Thomas De Quincey: A Psychopathology of Imperialism by John Barrell.
Yale, 235 pp., £18.95, May 1991, 0 300 04932 3Show More
“... irresistible concerns. Hitherto, the most serious modern attempt to understand how, in the considerable mass of De Quincey’s extant writings, one thing has a bearing on another was that of J.HillisMiller, in his book, The Disappearance of God, which was published in 1963, before Miller took his deconstructionist turn. The critical avant-garde was at that moment phenomenological, in the manner ...”