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The Anxiety of Influence: A Theory of Poetry by Harold Bloom


Originally published in 1973, this seminal text, written by scholar and critic Harold Bloom, explores the relationship between individual artists and those who came before them. Bloom argues that all literary texts are a strong misreading of those that precede them. 

Published in 1997 by Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0195112210

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