Owen Barfield, Saving the Appearances

The least celebrated anti-hero in modern literature must be George Amberson Minefer. As an exploration into Freud's Oedipal Complex, even by modern standards, he is an interesting case study. He is the protagonist of Booth Tarkington's 'The Magnificent Ambersons', more famous for being Orson Welles's flawed movie than a towering achievement of literary imagination.
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Karl von Piloty

About Love

Soon the birds will chirp again,
Here at the silent station of
damp stones,
Dare I say in troubled times?
There he lies with his head
over my house
In a citadel 
among the wilderness
Hidden between the fields 
and the mountain frame
A civilised state,
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