Friday, December 24, 2004

A Brief History of Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism

American criticism of accuracy and theory
has a basis in bibliographic procedures.
Historical scholars placed criticism
on contributions.

Modern criticism is scope, sciences,
attention to problematic and peripheral industry.
Poetic truth is beholden to modern discussion.
Critics never support ascertainable
facts about mimesis.

Created from the entry for "literary criticism" from the Encyclopaedia Britannica on-line.


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