Creating Faulkner's Reputation: The Politics of Modern Literary Criticism

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Univ. of Tennessee Press, 1990 - Literary Criticism - 286 pages
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A systematic approach to using currently available techniques of artificial intelligence to develop computer programs for commercial use. From basic concepts of knowledge engineering through managing a complete system. Schwartz (English, Montclair State College-NJ) asks: How was it possible for a writer, out-of-print and generally ignored in the early 1940s, to be proclaimed a literary genius in 1950? His research illuminates the process by which Faulkner was chosen to be revivified as an important American nationalist writer during the heating up of the Cold War. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
1
three The Origins of
73
four The Retreat from Radicalism
99
The Triumph of
142
Conclusion
200
Selected Bibliography
255
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Lawrence Schwartz lives in Dallas, Texas.

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