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The cultural politics of the New Criticism

저자: Mark Jancovich
출판사: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1993.
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명시된 사람: John Crowe Ransom; Robert Penn Warren; Allen Tate; John Crowe Ransom; Robert Penn Warren; Allen Tate
자료 유형: 인터넷 자료
문서 형식: 책, 인터넷 자원
모든 저자 / 참여자: Mark Jancovich
ISBN: 0521416523 9780521416528 0521034841 9780521034845
OCLC 번호: 27336495
설명: xii, 217 pages ; 24 cm
내용: pt. I. The New Criticism and its critics. Contemporary responses to the New Criticism --
The historical context of the New Criticism --
Before the New Criticism --
pt. II. The formation of the New Criticism. John Crowe Ransom: The social relations of aesthetic activity --
Allen Tate: The social organization of literature --
Robert Penn Warren: Against propaganda and irresponsibility --
Conclusion: the analysis of a Southern poet --
pt. III. The establishment of the New Criticism. The origins of academic involvement --
Understanding literature: textbooks and the distribution of the New Criticism --
The form of criticism --
pt. IV. The development of the New Criticism. John Crowe Ransom: The isolation of aesthetic activity --
Allen Tate: The man of letters and the cold war --
Robert Penn Warren: Literature and social engagement --
Conclusion: modernism and postmodernism within the American academy. The professionalization of literary study --
The New Critical intervention --
Cultural criticism and postmodernity.
책임: Mark Jancovich.
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"In this book, Mark Jancovich concentrates on the works of three leading American writers - Robert Penn Warren, John Crowe Ransom, and Allen Tate - in order to examine the development of the New Criticism during the late 1920s and early 1930s, and its establishment within the academy in the late 1930s and early 1940s. This critical movement managed to transform the teaching and study of English through a series of essays published in journals such as the Southern Review and the Kenyon Review. Jancovich argues that the New Criticism was not an example of bourgeois individualism, as previously held, but that it sprang from a critique of modern capitalist society developed by pre-capitalist classes within the American South. In the process, he clarifies the distinctions between the aims of these three Southern poets and those of the next 'generation' of New Critics such as Cleanth Brooks, Warren and Welleck, and Wimsatt and Beardsley. He also claims that the failure on the part of most contemporary critics to identify the movement's ideological origins and aims has usually meant that these critics continue to operate within the very professional terms of reference established through the New Critical transformation of the academy." "The book will be of interest to scholars and students of American literature, literary theory and cultural studies."--Jacket.

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