Lectures in criticism, the John Hopkins University [by] R.P. Blackmur [and others] Introd. by Huntington Cairns.

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[New York] Pantheon Books [1949] .

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Other Authors Blackmur, R. P. 1904-1965.
Johns Hopkins University.
Subjects Criticism.
Critique.
Series Bollingen series ; 16.
Description x, 209 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1949]
Notes A symposium sponsored by the Dept. of Writing, Speech, and Drama of the Johns Hopkins University and designated the Johns Hopkins University lectures in criticism. The lectures were given in Baltimore in April 1948.
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Contents Foreword by Elliott Coleman.--The literary criticism of Aristotle, by J.C. Ransom.--Longinus, by Allen Tate.--Coleridge as critic, by Herbert Read.--The criticism of contemporary writing: a French view, by H.M. Peyre.--The condition of criticism in Italy, by Benedetto Croce.--A burden for critics, by R.P. Blackmur.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)614653
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