Of ice and art. From Burke&rsquo;s sublime to Freud&rsquo;s unconscious to Hemingway&rsquo;s theory of artistic ingenuity, <strong>the iceberg</strong> has come to represent the creative process. Why?

Of ice and art. From Burke&amp;rsquo;s sublime to Freud&amp;rsquo;s unconscious to Hemingway&amp;rsquo;s theory of artistic ingenuity, the iceberg has come to represent the creative process.
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Of ice and art. From Burke’s sublime to Freud’s unconscious to Hemingway’s theory of artistic ingenuity, the iceberg has come to represent the creative process. Why?

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