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(P.M.K.) Literary criticism Construed loosely, literary criticism is the reasoned
consideration of literary works and issues. It applies, as a term, to any
argumentation about literature, whether or not specific works are analyzed.
Plato's cautions ...
In reality, however, New Criticism owed much to Romantic theory, especially to
Coleridge's idea of organic form, and some of its notable practitioners have been
left of centre in their social thought. The totality of Western criticism in the 20th ...
The best survey of critical history is william k. wimsatt, jr., and cleanth brooks,
Literary Criticism: A Short History (1957); g.m.a. grube, The Greek and Roman
Critics (1965); joel e. spingarn, A History of Literary Criticism in the Renaissance,
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