The Springs of Liberty: The Satiric Tradition and Freedom of Speech

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Northwestern University Press, 1999 - 154 sayfa
The Springs of Liberty takes up questions of literary history and theory and explores sources of power harnessed by modern political doctrines and the journalism that conveys them to the public. These forces of opinion are traced to a tradition deeper and older than either: satire. In that tradition--its power, diversity, and license--the author locates the spirit of free speech.

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The springs of liberty: the satiric tradition and freedom of speech

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Justman (English, Univ. of Montana; The Psychological Mystique) examines the genre of satire (from its classical origins to the 20th century), arguing that this form of literature led to modern ... Tam incelemeyi okuyun

The psychological mystique

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Justman (English, Univ. of Montana), who has written books on Adam Smith and John Stuart Mill, here takes a harsh view of psychology as it has come to shape our personal and social lives. Chapters ... Tam incelemeyi okuyun


Chaucer and the Rehearsal of Voices
The Priority of Satire
Jane Austen
Trollope and the Moderation of Satire
The Return to Origins
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Stewart Justman is a professor in the Liberal Studies Program at the University of Montana. He is the author of Fool's Paradise: The Unreal World of Pop Psychology (Ivan R. Dee, 2005), Seeds of Mortality (Ivan R. Dee, 2003), and The Springs of Liberty (1999) and The Psychological Mystique (1998), both published by Northwestern University Press. He is the recipient of the 2004 PEN Award for the Art of the Essay.

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