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Confrontation of Extremity; Vol. 2, The Classic Vision: The Retreat from
Extremity. Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press,
Paperback reprint of The Tragic Vision: Variations on a Theme in Literary Interpretation published in New York by Holt, Rinehart and Winston in 1960, and The Classic Vision: The Retreat from Extremity in Modern Literature published in Baltimore and London by the John Hopkins Press in 1971.
Includes a new Introduction (in Vol. 1, pp. vii-xvi) entitled "Preface to Visions of Extremity in Modern Literature."