An overview of some central ideas and movements in nineteenth-century literary theory, criticism and aesthetics, after the heyday of Romanticism. This lecture centers on the development of psychologistic approaches, either in the direction of idealist aesthetics, or of psychoanalysis and anthropology.
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_____. "Criticism after Romanticism: (7) Aesthetics and Psychology." Academia 7 Sept. 2017.
_____. "Criticism after Romanticism: (7) Aesthetics and Psychology." ResearchGate 8 Sept. 2017.