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This series traces the impact of philosophy on literature in both content and form. It shows how a philosopher's thought filtered thematically and substantively into literature, and also into the generic evolution of creative writing. Cambridge Studies in Literature and Philosophy also provides a summation of the state of 21st century knowledge on what impact a philosopher or theme has had on literature.

  • General Editors: Anthony J. Cascardi, University of California, Berkeley