There is no way to write or read literature without emotions. Unlike what is implied by today's notion of a contemporary 'emotional turn,' reflections about poetry have been marked since antiquity by considerations about pathos, feeling, and emotion. This handbook offers a comprehensive presentation of this long reflective tradition and puts it the context of 20th and 21st century theoretical approaches, as illustrated by specific case studies.
Martin von Koppenfels, LMU Munich, Germany;Cornelia Zumbusch, University ofHamburg, Germany.
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