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Martin, L.C. (1922). The Literature of Ecstasy: By Albert Mordell. (Boni & Liveright. New York. 1921.). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 3:396-398.

(1922). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 3:396-398

The Literature of Ecstasy: By Albert Mordell. (Boni & Liveright. New York. 1921.)

Review by:
L. C. Martin

Mr. Mordell does a certain service in publishing from time to time the results of his reading and re-consideration of literature from what is in many ways the psycho-analytic point of view, though in exactness and precision of expression his work leaves a great deal to be desired. Like his earlier volume, 'The Erotic Motive in Literature', the present work covers a large and varied field, surveying literary mankind 'from China to Peru', from Homer to Chekhov, from Beowulf to William Butler Yeats.

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