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The literary greatness of the South In the early 1920s a collection of young Southerners at Vanderbilt University formed the literary group known as the Fugitives. Over the next few decades they and their followers would exert an enormous influence on the study of literature. Indeed, the "Southern Critics" included some of the most important American writers and critics of the twentieth century: Robert Penn Warren, Flannery O'Connor, John Crowe Ransom, The literary greatness of the South In the early 1920s a collection of young Southerners at Vanderbilt University formed the literary group known as the Fugitives. Over the next few decades they and their followers would exert an enormous influence on the study of literature. Indeed, the "Southern Critics" included some of the most important American writers and critics of the twentieth century: Robert Penn Warren, Flannery O'Connor, John Crowe Ransom, Allen Tate, and Cleanth Brooks, to name just a few. In The Southern Critics: An Anthology, editor Glenn C. Arbery gathers the most penetrating essays by these and other writers, bringing their significant contribution back into focus. Arbery's enlightening commentary allows us to understand how the Southern Critics' concern for the history and culture of the South informed all their work-not just the landmark Agrarian manifesto I'll Take My Stand (1930) but even their writings on literature and poetry, including their revolutionary "New Criticism." Remarkably, the essays collected here speak to our time as much as to the Southern Critics' own. In the twenty-first century we recognize the prescience of their warnings about would happen to art, leisure, and time itself when everything fell under the sway of the industrial model Books, Literary Criticism~~American~~General, Southern-Critics~~Glenn-C-Arbery, 999999999, The Southern Critics: An Anthology, Glenn C. Arbery (Editor), 1935191802, ISI Books, , , , , ISI Books

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The literary greatness of the South In the early 1920s a collection of young Southerners at Vanderbilt University formed the literary group known as the Fugitives. Over the next few decades they and their followers would exert an enormous influence on the study of literature. Indeed, the “Southern Critics” included some of the most important American writers and critics of the twentieth century: Robert Penn Warren, Flannery O’Connor, John Crowe Ransom, Allen Tate, and Cleanth Brooks, to name just a few. In The Southern Critics: An Anthology, editor Glenn C. Arbery gathers the most penetrating essays by these and other writers, bringing their significant contribution back into focus. Arbery’s enlightening commentary allows us to understand how the Southern Critics’ concern for the history and culture of the South informed all their work—not just the landmark Agrarian manifesto I’ll Take My Stand (1930) but even their writings on literature and poetry, including their revolutionary “New Criticism.” Remarkably, the essays collected here speak to our time as much as to the Southern Critics’ own. In the twenty-first century we recognize the prescience of their warnings about would happen to art, leisure, and time itself when everything fell under the sway of the industrial model   Glenn C. Arbery, Books, Fiction and Literature, The Southern Critics: An Anthology Books>Fiction and Literature In the early 1920s a collection of young Southerners at Vanderbilt University formed the literary group known as the Fugitives. Over the next few decades they and their followers would exert an enormous influence on the study of literature. This book gathers the most penetrating essays by these and other writers.

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The Southern Critics: An Anthology

In the early 1920s a collection of young Southerners at Vanderbilt University formed the literary group known as the Fugitives. Over the next few decades they and their followers would exert an enormous influence on the study of literature. This book gathers the most penetrating essays by these and other writers.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781935191803
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1935191802
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: INTERCOLLEGIATE STUDIES I
353 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,558 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1935191802

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