This essay collection includes a dialogue on Tristram Shandy, an investigation of Kierkegaard's troubled relationship with the fiancee he renounced, an analysis of the metaphysics of tragedy, and a study of the essay form itself. Mingling private and public matters, subjective and objective worlds, Soul and Form continues to resonate in the philosophy and criticism of our time.
Publisher: The New York Review of Books, Inc
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