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Principles of Literary Criticism (Routledge Classics)
Principles of Literary Criticism (Routledge Classics)
作者: Richards, I. A.
出版社 : Routledge
出版日期 : 2001/09
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780415254021

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语言 : English
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Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A23150000
Publishers: Commercial
Place of Publication: Great Britain
Language of Publication: English
Edition: Reprint
Physical Format: Paperbound
Continuations: Sets,any number
Academic Level: Undergraduate
Table of Contents
Preface                                            vii
  The Chaos of Critical Theories                   1  (6)
  The Phantom Aesthetic State                      7  (7)
  The Language of Criticism                        14 (6)
  Communication and the Artist                     20 (9)
  The Critics' Concern with Value                  29 (4)
  Value as an Ultimate Idea                        33 (6)
  A Psychological Theory of Value                  39 (13)
  Art and Morals                                   52 (5)
  Actual and Possible Misapprehensions             57 (7)
  Poetry for Poetry's Sake                         64 (9)
  A Sketch for a Psychology                        73 (10)
  Pleasure                                         83 (6)
  Emotion and the Coenesthesia                     89 (5)
  Memory                                           94 (4)
  Attitudes                                        98 (6)
  The Analysis of a Poem                           104(18)
  Rhythm and Metre                                 122(12)
  On Looking at a Picture                          134(13)
  Sculpture and the Construction of Form           147(7)
  The Impasse of Musical Theory                    154(6)
  A Theory of Communication                        160(5)
  The Availability of the Poet's Experience        165(6)
  Tolstoy's Infection Theory                       171(5)
  The Normality of the Artist                      176(9)
  Badness in Poetry                                185(7)
  Judgement and Devergent Readings                 192(4)
  Levels of Response and the Width of Appeal       196(4)
  The Allusiveness of Modern Poetry                200(6)
  Permanence as a Criterion                        206(3)
  The Definition of a Poem                         209(5)
  Art, Play, and Civilization                      214(10)
  The Imagination                                  224(13)
  Truth and Revelation Theories                    237(7)
  The Two Uses of Language                         244(11)
  Poetry and Beliefs                               255(16)
Appendix A: on Value                               271(2)
Appendix B: The Poetry of T.S. Eliot               273(6)
Index                                              279
With an alertness to the psychological and emotional effects of language, this work aims to present an understanding both of literature and of the role of the reader.