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The module introduces students to the intellectual context of modern criticism and to those traditions of thought and critical practice that have contributed to the. Bloom's modern critical interpretations alice's adventures in a farewell to arms native son wonderland frankenstein night the adventures of the general. Traditional literary criticism formalism and new criticism marxism and modern literary theory gradually emerges in europe during the nineteenth century.
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In his section modern criticism, hunter reprints the seminal essays of, among others, ellen moers, george levine, sandra m gilbert and susan gubar, mary. Emerson's essays: modern critical interpretations ny: chelsea house, 2006 includes circles by stephen whicher, reading emerson for the structures: the . Keats, john, -- 1795-1821 -- criticism and interpretation keats, john, -- 1795- 1821 the artistry of keats : a modern tribute / cleanth brooks -- [part two. Abstract fully revised and updated second edition of 1990 book including fifty- nine critical essays and documentsorganised in twelve sections.
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