InThe Necessary Unity of Opposites, Brian Russell Graham contends that it was the method of Frye's thinking - his dialectic ability to see opposing concepts as a unity rather than a dichotomy - that allowed him to transcend binary constructs and formulate new conclusions and questions about literature, politics, and society.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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