This monograph is predicated on archival learn and shut readings of James Joyce's and W. B. Yeats's poetics and political aesthetics. Georges Sorel's concept of social delusion is used as a place to begin for exploring the ways that the adventure of paintings should be visible as a sort of non secular adventure.

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