Literature and Intoxication - Intoxication has not only been a way to aid creativity - literary writers have also explored and shaped our experiences of intoxication. In trying to write these altered states, they have made radical experiments to create works that mimic, and even induce, states of intoxication

Literature and Intoxication


Literature and Intoxication: Writing, Politics and the Experience of Excess,  Eugene Brennan and Russell Williams, eds., Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
                     

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