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The Kenyon critics; studies in modern literature from the Kenyon review,

Author: John Crowe Ransom
Publisher: Cleveland, World Pub. Co. [1951]
Edition/Format:   Book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Kenyon review.
Kenyon critics.
Cleveland, World Pub. Co. [1951]
(OCoLC)586217858
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Crowe Ransom
OCLC Number: 1131766
Description: x, 342 pages 22 cm
Contents: [1.] Essays: The sorrows of Thomas Wolfe / John Peale Bishop --
Paleface and redskin / Philip Rahv --
Pure and impure poetry / Robert Penn Warren --
Myth and dialectic in the later novels of Henry James / Austin Warren --
Kafka's distorted mask / Eliseo Vivas --
Joyce's Ulysses and the French public / Adrienne Monnier --
The pieties of Evelyn Waugh / Donat O'Donnell --
Robartes and Aherne: two sides of a penny / Richard Ellmann --
Yeats as an example / W.H. Auden --
The stone and the crucifixion: Faulkner's Light in August / Richard Chase --
Emotions in poems / William Empson --
Monsieur Verdoux as theatre / Eric Bentley --
The good Ford / Robie Macauley --
The poetry of Allen Tate / Vivienne Koch --
Parody and critique: notes on Thomas Mann's Doctor Faustus --
Existentialism and the self / Philip Blair Rice --
Novel into film: All the king's men / Parker Tyler --
Wordsworth and the iron time / Lionel Trilling --
[2.] Book reviews: The Lord Hill of Wales / John Berryman --
The myth of sainthood / Eleanor Clark --
Q's revisions / Richard Eberhart --
The whole of Housman / Cleanth Brooks, Jr. --
Neither historian nor critic / Delmore Schwartz --
The humble animal / Randall Jarrell --
Satan and Denis de Rougemont / C.G. Wallis --
The everlasting Mr. Huxley / Martin Lebowitz --
Linguistic patriot / Harold Whitehall --
Dry watershed / Isaac Rosenfeld --
The Hellenism of Robinson Jeffers / Dudley Fitts --
Tardy and partial recognition / Paul Goodman --
The cost of distraction / Irving Howe --
Aristocracy and/or Christianity / William Barrett --
I will teach you my townspeople / W.R. Flint.
Other Titles: Kenyon review.
Responsibility: edited by John Crowe Ransom.

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