F.R. Leavis

F.R. Leavis

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A collection of new studies on one of the best known and most important British literary critics of the twentieth century. The book is divided into four sections: documentary analysis of Leavis's practice as a teacher, drawing on seminar notes, lecture handouts, reading lists and other material; new bibliographical data, including a detailed account of Leavis's project to turn Daniel Deronda into a new novel called Gwendolen Harleth; critical essays on Leavis's thought; and memoirs of different phases in Leavis's career, from the 1930s to the 1960s. The volume also includes an up-to-date Reader's Guide to Leavis's own writings and to the many studies of his work.Rubric . . . [ad. F. mbrique or L. rubrica.] A. sb. . . . 2. A heading of a chapter, section, etc. of a book, written or printed in red, or otherwise ... In this essay I am taking the word in a rather broad sense, to include, certainly, matter relating to university examinations, ... one said at school) that are encountered in the academic life.

Title:F.R. Leavis
Author: Ian MacKillop, Richard Storer, Frank Raymond Leavis
Publisher:A&C Black - 1995-11-01

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