20th century literary criticism: a reader
20th Century Literary Criticism is a major anthology of key representative works by 50 leading modern literary critics before the structuralist revolution. It is a companion volume to Modern Criticism and Theory (Longman 1988), also edited by David Lodge, which anthologises contemporary criticism as it has developed through structuralism and post-structuralist theory. Together these volumes provide the most comprehensive survey available of traditional and radical literary in action.
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The four kinds of meaning 1929
E M Forster
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