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Is this line from "Stalker" an allusion to Shakespeare?

In Tarkovsky's Stalker one character states: Well done, citizen Shakespeare. It’s frightening to go forward; it’s a shame to go back. This further reminded me of the passage from Hart Crane's ...
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In Crane's "For the Marriage of Faustus and Helen", does Helen turn into a neon sign?

In Yannella, Philip R. “‘Inventive Dust’: The Metamorphoses of ‘For the Marriage of Faustus and Helen.’” Contemporary Literature, vol. 15, no. 1, 1974, pp. 102–22. JSTOR,
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Name for device in "Possessions" by Hart Crane?

The poem 'Possessions' by Hart Crane contains a lot of what I call 'false units', that is, sentences which appear to have predicates describing subjects, but in reality the predicates do not modify ...
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