Kant, Ascher/Straus and a step further in the search for artistic creation

Sandra Sirangelo Maggio


In The American Adam, R. B. Lewis refers to Whitman as the apostle of a freedom which was a "climax as well as a beginning, or rather, the climax of a long effort to begin". He is compared to the first man and the first poet, at one time creator and creation. What Ascher/Straus present, in "Between Two Walls" (11 is their own contribution to this American Genesis, where the reader is summoned to come along and help break the "pane of glass" which separates real life from Artistic Creation.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5007/%25x

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