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The common pursuit, [electronic resource] [by] F.R. Leavis.

By: Leavis, F. R. (Frank Raymond), 1895-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: [New York] New York University Press [c1952]Description: 307 p. 22 cm.Subject(s): English literature -- History and criticismDDC classification: 820/.9 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive | Additional information and access via Open Library
Contents:
Mr Eliot and Milton -- In defence of Milton -- Gerard Manley Hopkins -- The letters of Gerard Manley Hopkins -- The irony of Swift -- 'The Dunciad' -- Johnson and Augustanism -- Johnson as poet -- Tragedy and the 'medium' -- Diabolic intellect and the noble hero -- 'Measure for measure' -- The criticism of Shakespeare's late plays -- Literature and society -- Bunyan through modern eyes -- Literary criticism and philosophy -- Henry James and the function of criticism -- The wild, untutored Phoenix -- Mr Eliot, Mr Wyndham Lewis and Lawrence -- The logic of Christian discrimination -- Keynes, Lawrence and Cambridge -- E.M. Forster -- Approaches to T.S. Eliot -- The progress of poesy.
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Mr Eliot and Milton -- In defence of Milton -- Gerard Manley Hopkins -- The letters of Gerard Manley Hopkins -- The irony of Swift -- 'The Dunciad' -- Johnson and Augustanism -- Johnson as poet -- Tragedy and the 'medium' -- Diabolic intellect and the noble hero -- 'Measure for measure' -- The criticism of Shakespeare's late plays -- Literature and society -- Bunyan through modern eyes -- Literary criticism and philosophy -- Henry James and the function of criticism -- The wild, untutored Phoenix -- Mr Eliot, Mr Wyndham Lewis and Lawrence -- The logic of Christian discrimination -- Keynes, Lawrence and Cambridge -- E.M. Forster -- Approaches to T.S. Eliot -- The progress of poesy.

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