Criticism and Social Change

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University of Chicago Press, Dec 15, 1985 - Social Science - 175 pages
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"Criticism and Social Change speaks with special timeliness to the role of the political intellectual (here embodied in Kenneth Burke). Lentricchia's provocative analysis demands serious reflection by American radicals."—Frederic Jameson

"A profound meditation on relations obtaining among writing, political consciousness, and criticism—this last taken in its most general sense. It is written with passion and grace; it is shot through with learning, intimate knowledge of the critical tradition, and a deep (though by no means uncritical) understanding of the work (as well as social significance) of Kenneth Burke."—Hayden White
  

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Contents

Part One
21
Part Two
53
Part Three
85
Part Four
113
Part Five
145
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Page 14 - This would soon spread much more knowledge and civility, yea, religion, through all parts of the land, by communicating the natural heat of government and culture more distributively to all extreme parts, which now lie numb and neglected; would soon make the whole nation more industrious, more ingenious at home, more potent, more honourable abroad.

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Criticism and Social Change. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1984. One of the proudest claims of "professional" literary-critical discourse is to be ...
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Duke Magazine-Being Frank-Jul/Aug 2002
He outlined his thesis from Criticism and Social Change, and several of his new colleagues stomped angrily from the room. As is sometimes forgotten, ...
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In the now-famous dust jacket photograph of his Criticism and Social Change, a polo-shirted Frank Lentricchia stands, arms folded, staring just past the ...
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The Rhetorical Republic
Frank Lentricchia, Criticism and Social Change (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1983). 5. Anne Norton, Republic of Signs: Liberal Theory and ...
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Reviews 457 James Arnt Aune, Rhetoric and Marxism (Boulder, CO ...
(Criticism and Social Change),and, of course, in Eagleton, for a time. ..... cisely the point Lentricchia addresses in Criticism and Social Change ...
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Dorothy Day, Peter Maurin and the Catholic Worker Movement ...
54I have taken and adapted this metaphor from Kenneth Burke, as presented in Frank Lentricchia, Criticism and Social Change (Chicago: University of Chicago ...
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JAC Volume 7
And Frank Lentricchia’s socialist reading of Kenneth Burke in Criticism and Social Change is yet another model—one that unifies criticism and rhetoric ...
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Long on Williams and Burke
My reading of Burke is deliberately in dissent from Burke's enlistment by Frank Lentricchia in his 1982 book Criticism and Social Change. ...
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James Fenimore Cooper's New York: Crossing the Border from Fiction ...
Cooper resembles the Kenneth Burke-inspired conversationalists Frank Lentricchia cites in Criticism and Social Change. Burke's "characters" are a part of a ...
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RECONSIDERING KENNETH BURKE: His
Criticism and Social Change advances the political viability of Burke’s strategy of social. criticism, recounts ideas from a speech entitled “Revolutionary ...
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About the author (1985)

Frank Lentricchia is a novelist and ex-literary theorist. He teaches in the Program in Literature at Duke University. THE PORTABLE LENTRICCHIA is from a selection of his novels.

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