Szerkesztette: Sára Tóth, Tibor Fabiny, János Kenyeres, Péter Pásztor
L’Harmattan Kiadó, 2014
“The personality of the poet may enfold us as disciples, or it may cause the revolts and deliberate misreadings chronicled in Bloom’s The Anxiety of Influence, but in any case it is inescapable. In the linguistic context, the boundary disappears between creation and criticism, because every act of reading is a recreating of the text. The text is a focus for a community, and there can be no definitive criticism, even as a goal, because no one critic is all the others. In the aesthetic (or whatever) context, we are dominated by the double meaning in the word ‘invention’, which is both something we make up ourselves, subjectively, and something we find in the external.