Critical Theory Since Plato
Hazard Adams, Leroy Searle
Thomson/Wadsworth, 2005 - Literary Criticism - 1545 pages
CRITICAL THEORY SINCE PLATO is a chronologically-arranged anthology that presents a broad survey of the history and development of literary criticism and theory in Western culture. Written by two well-known scholars in the field of literary study, this well-respected text puts an emphasis on the individual contributors to the development of literary criticism, from Plato and Aristotle to the present.
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