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|Criticism is often not a science; it is a craft, requiring more good health than wit, |
more hard work than talent, more habit than native genius. ... Buxton, Charles A
man must serve his time to every trade save censure -- critics all are ready made.
|A Critique of Orthodoxy in Literary Studies James J. Sosnoski. retical commitment |
to ... they advocate," he makes the same objection that most of the critics who
resist theory had already made albeit on other grounds. This is not a small irony.
|The Empiricist Critique of the Theoretical Philosophy Brigitte Sassen. Pistorius |
Here, as in his other work, ... they do not "really" pertain to objects. Here Pistorius
took the opportunity to reiterate a complaint he had already made in his review of
|Still another paradox is that the New Critics themselves knew as early as the |
1940s and early 1950s that something had ... just a fiercer version of the
judgment of the New Critics' work that Ransom, Tate, and the others had already
|was already made by Jane C. Bowmon in his Contemporary American Criticism (|
1926). In his essay, "Shifting definitions and evaluations," Crane also mentions
how the period preceding the eighteenth century, "set humanists, as advocates of
|In Hesiod's Works and Days, the gods are said to have "made" the series of |
mortal races than culminated in mankind (no, 128, ... By this symbolism it is
already made clear in outline that man is not a first-level component of the divine
|The Relation will have taken place anyway, will have already made possible the |
relation (as a recit of the interruptions) which pretends to sew everything up again
within the discursive text. Everything would return to the same but the same ...
|A Review of Criticism and Fiction by W.D. Howells, Impressions and Opinions by |
George Moore, and Intentions by Oscar ... On that subject he has already made
declaration of his faith that critics are often prejudiced and uninformed persons, ...
|Already in “science” without qualification, one has God's action of one kind. ... |
First, it is only if one has already made a priori a fairly literalistic reading of the
Bible that one would think that God's miracles are going to be as frequent as
|his homework), and then the critic tears apart the situation. This is unfair ... Critics |
are mistaken when they intimate that everyone in a certain group believes a
certain way. We must be careful ... facts; my mind is already made up. Critics must