The Philosophy of Literary Form: Studies in Symbolic Action, Volume 10
No isolated quotations can do justice to Mr. Burke's subtlety and good sense, and no doubts that one may entertain about the soundess of his critical position can obscure the fact that he is unquestionably the most brilliant and suggestive critic now writing in America. --W.H. Auden.
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SEMANTIC AND POETIC MEANING
THE VIRTUES AND LIMITATIONS OF DEBUNKING
LITERATURE AS EQUIPMENT FOR LIVING
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