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Criticism and Culture: The Role of Critique…

Criticism and Culture: The Role of Critique in Modern Literary Theory

by Robert Con Davis

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In this stimulating study Robert Con Davis and Ronald Schleifer ask important questions about the nature of literary study. What is literary criticism? How does it come about, change and interact with the culture within which it operates? In suggesting answers to these questions, Criticism and Culture provides an important new history and interpretation of literary criticism as an intellectual and cultural activity in the Twentieth Century.

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