Literary Aesthetics: A Reader
Alan Singer, Allen Dunn
Wiley, Jan 2, 2001 - Literary Criticism - 376 pages
It is one of the ironies of contemporary literary study that as it has moved toward greater interdisciplinarity it has grown sceptical of the aesthetic. This anthology works to reassert the continuing relevance of the aesthetic and to reintegrate it into the widening repertoire of contemporary literary critical practices.