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'Mythic Paradigms in Literature, Philosophy, and the Arts' approaches literary and visual texts from the perspective of Hesperian identification and representation. Included is a translation into English of Fichte's 'Supplement of 1801,' a document whose content sheds light not only on the atheism controversy of the 1790s, but also on literary/philosophical polarizations in the 'Republic of Letters'. Condensed from the Hesperian atmospherics of Italy and Latin elegy, 'Faust II' entails a Goethean celebration of auditory and visual sensation. In a text devoted to Shelley, Gregory Corso is seen elaborating a prosopopoeia involving Hypnos, god of sleep, a figure dispelling the effects of reading - the hypnoticon. Eisenhauer reads Hölderlin in the context of Pindar, philosophical idealism, and autobiographical projection.