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The cultural politics of the New Criticism

Author: Mark Jancovich
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1993.
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Named Person: John Crowe Ransom; Robert Penn Warren; Allen Tate; John Crowe Ransom; Robert Penn Warren; Allen Tate
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Jancovich
ISBN: 0521416523 9780521416528 0521034841 9780521034845
OCLC Number: 27336495
Description: xii, 217 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: 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.
Responsibility: Mark Jancovich.
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