The World The Text And The Critic

Author: Edward W. Said
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674961876
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Argues that contemporary critics force works of literature to fit their theories and examines the impact of Marxism, linguistics, psychoanalysis, and structuralism on literary criticism

To Criticize The Critic And Other Writings

Author: Thomas Stearns Eliot
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803267213
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These influential essay and lectures by T. S. Eliot span nearly a half century--from 1917, when he published The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, to 1961, four years before his death.

The Critic Agonistes

Author: Daniel Weiss
Publisher: University of Washington Press
ISBN: 9780295802824
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Critic. Agonistes. I. For a long time I have allowed the techniques of
psychoanalysis to take the first fruits of my attention in the critical reading and
interpretation of literature. In the beginning I conceived of Freudian criticism,
despite its limited acceptance as a method, as being, in a phrase from Thomas
Mann, "highly questionable." I practiced it with self-indulgent irony as a
compulsion of character rather than as a conviction of intellect. This was,
originally, a very bad arrangement, with ...

The Critic

Author: Richard Brinsley Sheridan
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becaufe the play is a mort p'ay, a remarkably -fhort play : — I fhould not venture to
differ with a lady on a point of tafte ; but, on tfeefe occafions, the watch, you know,
is the, critic. Mrs. Dang Then, I fuppofe, it muft have been Mr. Dangle's drawling
manner of. reading it to me. , , .. Sir Fret. O, if Mr. Dangle read it ! that's quite
another affair! — But I' affure you, Mrs. Dangle, the firft evening you can fpare me
three hours and an half, I'll undertake to read you the whole from beginning to
end, ...

Edward Said And The Work Of The Critic

Author: Paul A. Bové
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 9780822325222
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Edward Said has never left any doubt as to the significance he attaches to what
he calls secular criticism. It is by this term, not postcolonial criticism, that he
identifies his critical practice as a whole. The meaning of this term is a theme that
he has returned to repeatedly since first elaborating it at length in the introduction
to The World, the Text, and the Critic. But this facet of the Saidian project has
received nothing like the attention that, for instance, has been lavished upon the
concept of ...

The Critic Or A Tragedy Rehearsed

Author: Richard Brinsley Sheridan
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... have time to clear away the fort, or fink Gravefend and the PUFF. So ! this is a
pretty dilemma truly ! 78 THE CRITIC.

Poet And The Critic

Author: Robert L. McDougall
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 0773573372
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These letters give a unique glimpse into publishing history in Canada and tell a human story of two Canadian men of letters, one in his prime, the other at the end of his life.

The Critic

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... one would never have known to be new; for they set upon him as easy as if he
had worn them a year. His step, as he paced along the deck, was elastic; his
eyes sparkled with vivacity, and there was an expression in his glance, as he
looked around on the armament, and aloft on the heavy spars of our taunt-rigged
craft, which seemed as if his soul was piercing into futurity, and contemplating a
course of honor and 320 [March 21. THE CRITIC : A WEEKLY REVIEW OF

The Craftsman And The Critic

Author: Beverly Kay Brandt
Publisher: Univ of Massachusetts Press
ISBN: 9781558496774
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Among the Boston reformers were design critics, whose profession became
increasingly important in the nineteenth century. Many of them — including a
number of prominent women — were also architects, designers, craft workers,
educators, and theorists. Their views on design reform were substantive and
often controversial. This richly illustrated book explores the interaction of craft
workers and critics as they collaborated to improve the quality of the living and
working environment ...