Contemporary Literary Critics

  • Elmer Borklund

Bibliography

Critical Studies and Bibliography

  1. Monroe K. Spears, “Operas, Criticism, and Rites of Homage,” in The Poetry of W.H. Auden: The Disenchanted Island. New York, Oxford University Press, 1963.Google Scholar
  2. Cleanth Brooks, “Auden as a Literary Critic,” in A Shaping Joy: Studies in the Writer’s Craft. New York, Harcourt Brace, and London, Methuen, 1971.Google Scholar
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  4. George Woodcock, “Auden -Critic and Criticized,” in Sewanee Review (Tennessee), 82, 1974.Google Scholar

Critical Studies and Bibliography

  1. William H. Rueckert, Kenneth Burke and the Drama of Human Relations. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1963.Google Scholar
  2. Armin and Mechtchild Frank, “The Writings of Kenneth Burke: A Checklist,” in Critical Responses to Kenneth Burke: 1924–1966, edjted by William H. Rueckert. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1969.Google Scholar
  3. Armin Frank, Kenneth Burke. New York, Twayne, 1969.Google Scholar
  4. Howard Nemerov, “Everything, Preferably All at Once: Coming to Terms with Kenneth Burke,” in Sewanee Review (Tennessee), 79, 1971.Google Scholar
  5. René Wellek, “Kenneth Burke and Literary Criticism,” in Sewanee Review (Tennessee), 79, 1971.Google Scholar
  6. Wayne C. Booth, “Kenneth Burke’s Way of Knowing,” in Critical Inquiry (Chicago), 1, 1974.Google Scholar

Critical Study and Bibliography

  1. Philip Young, “For Malcolm Cowley: Critic, Poet, 1898-,” in Southern Review (Baton Rouge, Louisiana), 9, new series, 1973.Google Scholar
  2. Diane U. Eisenberg, Malcolm Cowley: A Checklist of His Writings. Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press, 1975.Google Scholar

Bibliography

  1. Charles Gullans, A Bibliography of the Published Writings of J.V. Cunningham. Los Angeles, University of California Library, 1973.Google Scholar

Critical Study and Bibliography

  1. Geoffrey Handley-Taylor and Timothy d’Arch-Smith, C. Day-Lewis: The Poet Laureate: A Bibliography. London and Chicago, St. James Press, 1968.Google Scholar
  2. Joseph N. Riddel, C. Day Lewis. New York, Twayne, 1971.Google Scholar

Criticism and Biography

  1. Henry James: Les Années Dramatiques. Paris, Jouve, 1931; Folcroft, Pennsylvania, Folcroft Editions, 1969.Google Scholar
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  9. Henry James: 1870–1881 : The Conquest of London. Philadelphia, Lippincott, and London, Hart Davis, 1962.Google Scholar
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Critical Studies and Bibliography

  1. F.O. Matthiessen, The Achievement of T.S. Eliot: An Essay on the Nature of Poetry. London and New York, Oxford University Press, 1935; revised edition, 1947.Google Scholar
  2. John Crowe Ransom, “T.S. Eliot: The Historical Critic,” in The New Criticism. New York, New Directions, 1941.Google Scholar
  3. Yvor Winters, “T.S. Eliot; or, The Illusion of Reaction,” in The Anatomy of Nonsense. New York, New Directions, 1943.Google Scholar
  4. M.C. Bradbrook, “Eliot’s Critical Method,” in TS. Eliot: A Study of His Writings by Several Hands, edited by B. Rajan. London, Dobson, 1947.Google Scholar
  5. Donald Gallup, T.S. Eliot: A Bibliography. London, Faber, 1952; revised edition, Faber, and New York, Harcourt Brace, 1969.Google Scholar
  6. Eliseo Vivas, “The Objective Correlative of T.S. Eliot,” in Creation and Discovery: Essays in Criticism and Aesthetics. New York, Noonday Press, 1955.Google Scholar
  7. René Wellek, “The Criticism of T.S. Eliot,” in Sewanee Review (Tennessee), 64, 1956.Google Scholar
  8. Herbert Howarth, Notes on Some Figures Behind T.S. Eliot. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1964.Google Scholar
  9. Fei-Pai Lu, T.S. Eliot: The Dialectical Structure of His Theory of Poetry. Berkeley and London, University of California Press, 1965.Google Scholar
  10. F.R. Leavis, “T.S. Eliot as Critic,” in Anna Karenina and Other Essays. London, Chatto and Windus, 1967; New York, Pantheon Books, 1968.Google Scholar
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Critical Studies and Bibliography

  1. Stanley Edgar Hyman, “William Empson and Categorical Criticism,” in The Armed Vision: A Study in the Methods of Modern Literary Criticism. New York, Knopf, 1948; revised edition, 1955.Google Scholar
  2. Elder Olson, “William Empson, Contemporary Criticism, and Poetic Diction,” in Critics and Critics: Ancient and Modern, edited by R.S. Crane. Chicago and London, University of Chicago Press, 1952.Google Scholar
  3. Richard Sleight, “Mr. Empson’s Complex Words,” in Essays in Criticism (Oxford), 2, 1952.Google Scholar
  4. Hugh Kenner, “Alice in Empsonland,” in Gnomon : Essays in Contemporary Literature. New York, McDowell Obolensky, 1958.Google Scholar
  5. J.H. Wills, Jr., William Empson. New York and London, Columbia University Press, 1969.Google Scholar
  6. Roger Sale, Modern Heroism: Essays on D.H. Lawrence, William Empson, and J.R. Tolkein. Berkeley and London, University of California Press, 1973.Google Scholar
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Critical Studies and Bibliography

  1. Lionel Trilling, EM. Forster. New York, New Directions, 1943; as E.M. Forster: A Study, London, Hogarth Press, 1944; revised edition, New Directions, 1965, Hogarth Press, 1967.Google Scholar
  2. B.J. Kirkpatrick, A Bibliography of EM. Forster. London, Hart Davis, 1965.Google Scholar
  3. Wilfred Stone, The Cave and the Mountain : A Study of EM. Forster. Stanford, California, Stanford University Press, and London, Oxford University Press, 1966.Google Scholar
  4. Alfred Borrello, EM. Forster: An Annotated Bibliography of Secondary Materials. Metuchen, New Jersey, Scarecrow Press, 1973.Google Scholar

Critical Studies and Bibliography

  1. John Holloway, “The Critical Zodiac of Northrop Frye,” in Colours of Clarity: Essays on Contemporary Literature and Education. London, Routledge, 1964.Google Scholar
  2. Northrop Frye in Modern Criticism, edited by Murray Krieger. New York, Columbia University Press, 1966.Google Scholar
  3. John Casey, “A ‘Science’ of Criticism: Northrop Frye,” in The Language of Criticism. London, Methuen, 1966.Google Scholar
  4. Pauline Kogan, Northrop Frye: The High Priest of Clerical Obscurantism. Montreal, Progressive Books and Periodicals, 1969.Google Scholar
  5. Walter Jackson Bate, “Northrop Frye,” in Criticism: The Major Texts. New York, Harcourt Brace, 1970.Google Scholar
  6. René Wellek, “The Poet as Critic, the Critic as Poet, the Poet-Critic,” in Discriminations: Further Concepts of Criticism. New Haven, Connecticut, and London, Yale University Press, 1970.Google Scholar
  7. Ronald Bates, Northrop Frye. Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 1971.Google Scholar
  8. Robert D. Denham, Northrop Frye’s Criticism: Theory and Practice. Chicago, University of Chicago, unpublished doctoral dissertation, 1972.Google Scholar
  9. William Righter, “Myth and Interpretation,” in New Literary History (Charlottesville, Virginia), 3, 1972.Google Scholar
  10. Robert D. Denham, Northrop Frye: An Enumerative Bibliography. Metuchen, New Jersey, Scarecrow Press, 1974.Google Scholar
  11. Angus Fletcher, “Northrop Frye: The Critical Passion,” in Critical Inquiry (Chicago), 1, 1975.Google Scholar

Critical Studies and Bibliography

  1. Robert Hayman, “Robert Graves,” in Essays in Criticism (Oxford), 5, 1955.Google Scholar
  2. George Steiner, “The Genius of Robert Graves,” in Kenyon Review (Gambier, Ohio), 22, 1960.Google Scholar
  3. Douglas Day, Swifter Than Reason: The Poetry and Criticism of Robert Graves. Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 1963; London, Oxford University Press, 1964.Google Scholar
  4. Fred H. Higginson, A Bibliography of the Works of Robert Graves. London, Nicholas Vane, 1966.Google Scholar
  5. Randall Jarrell, “Graves and the White Goddess,” in The Third Book of Criticism. New York, Farrar Straus, 1969; London, Faber, 1974.Google Scholar

Bibliography

  1. Robert J. Bicker, Granville Hicks : An Annotated Bibliography, February, 1927 to June, 1967, with a Supplement to June, 1968. Emporia, Kansas, Emporia Research Series, 1968.Google Scholar

Critical Studies and Bibliography

  1. Charles M. Adams, Randall Jarrell: A Bibliography. Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, and London, Oxford University Press, 1958; supplement in Analects (Greensboro, North Carolina), 1, 1961.Google Scholar
  2. Randall Jarrell, 1914–1965, edited by Robert Lowell, Peter Taylor and Robert Penn Warren. New York, Farrar Straus, 1967.Google Scholar
  3. Frederick J. Hoffman, introduction to The Achievement of Randall Jarrell: A Comprehensive Selection of His Poems with a Critical Introduction. Chicago, Scott Foresman, 1970.Google Scholar
  4. Suzanne Ferguson, The Poetry of Randall Jarrell. Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University Press, 1971.Google Scholar

Critical Studies and Bibliography

  1. F.R. Leavis, review of The Christian Renaissance, in Scrutiny (Cambridge), 2, 1933.Google Scholar
  2. John E. Van Domelen, “A Select List of the Published Writings of George Wilson Knight,” in The Morality of Art: Essays Presented to G. Wilson Knight by His Colleagues and Friends, edited by D.W. Jefferson. London, Routledge, 1959.Google Scholar
  3. Roger Sale, “G. Wilson Knight,” in Modern Language Quarterly (Seattle), 29, 1968.Google Scholar

Critical Studies and Bibliography

  1. René Wellek, “Literary Criticism and Philosophy,” in Scrutiny (Cambridge), 6, 1937; reprinted in The Importance of Scrutiny, edited by Eric Bentley, New York, Stewart, 1948.Google Scholar
  2. Eric Bentley, Introduction to The Importance of Scrutiny: Selections from Scrutiny, A Quarterly Review, 1932–1948. New York, Stewart, 1948.Google Scholar
  3. Martin Jarrett-Kerr, “The Literary Criticism of F.R. Leavis,” in Essays in Criticism (Oxford), 2, 1952.Google Scholar
  4. Bernard C. Heyl, “The Absolutism of F.R. Leavis,” in Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism (Cleveland), 13, 1954.Google Scholar
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  6. Vincent Buckley, Poetry and Morality: Studies on the Criticism of Matthew Arnold, T.S. Eliot and F.R. Leavis. London, Chatto and Windus, 1959.Google Scholar
  7. René Wellek, “The Literary Criticism of Frank Raymond Leavis,” in Literary Views: Critical and Historical, edited by Carroll Camden. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1964.Google Scholar
  8. Lionel Trilling, “Science, Literature and Culture: The Leavis-Snow Controversy,” in Beyond Culture: Essays on Literature and Learning. New York, Viking Press, 1965; London, Secker and Warburg, 1966.Google Scholar
  9. D.F. McKenzie and M.-P. Allum, F.R. Leavis: A Checklist, 1924–1964. London, Chatto and Windus, 1966.Google Scholar
  10. W.W. Robson, “Mr. Leavis on Literary Studies,” in Critical Essays. London, Routledge, 1966.Google Scholar
  11. R.P. Bilan, “The Basic Concepts and Criteria of F.R. Leavis’ Novel Criticism,” in Novel (Providence, Rhode Island), 9, 1976.Google Scholar
  12. Ronald Hayman, Leavis. London, Heinemann, 1976; Totowa, New Jersey, Roman and Littlefield, 1977.Google Scholar
  13. F.W. Bateson, “The Scrutiny Phenomenon,” in Sewanee Review (Tennessee), 85, 1977.Google Scholar

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Biography, Critical Studies, and Bibliography

  1. Chad Walsh, C.S. Lewis: Apostle to the Sceptics. New York, Macmillan, 1949.Google Scholar
  2. S.L. Goldberg, “C.S. Lewis and the Study of English,” in Melbourne Critical Review, 5, 1962.Google Scholar
  3. Walter Hooper, “A Bibliography of the Writings of C.S. Lewis,” in Light on C.S. Lewis, edited by Jocelyn Gibb. London, Bles, 1965.Google Scholar
  4. W.W. Robson, “The Romanticism of C.S. Lewis,” in Critical Essays. London, Routledge, 1966.Google Scholar
  5. P.S. Sundaram, “C.S. Lewis: Literary Critic,” in Quest (Bombay), 60, 1969.Google Scholar
  6. James Como, “The Critical Principles of C.S. Lewis,” in Bulletin of the New York C.S. Lewis Society (Ossining), 2, 1971.Google Scholar
  7. Roger Lancelyn Green and Walter Hooper, C.S. Lewis: A Biography. London, Collins, 1974.Google Scholar
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Critical Studies and Bibliography

  1. “F.O. Matthiessen (1902–1950): A Collective Portrait,” edited by Paul Sweezy and Leo Huberman, in “Matthiessen Memorial Issue” of Monthly Review (New York), 2, 1950–51; reprinted, New York, Schuman, 1959.Google Scholar
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Critical Studies and Bibliography

  1. Barbara McKenzie, Mary McCarthy. New York, Twayne, 1966.Google Scholar
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Biography, Critical Studies, and Bibliography

  1. P.H. Butter, “The Critic: of Literature and Society,” in Edwin Muir. Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd, 1962.Google Scholar
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Critical Studies and Bibliography

  1. Hugh Kenner, The Poetry of Ezra Pound. New York, New Directions, and London, Faber, 1951.Google Scholar
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Biography, Critical Studies, and Bibliography

  1. Yvor Winters, “John Crowe Ransom; or, Thunder Without God,” in Defense of Reason. New York, Swallow Press and Morrow, 1947.Google Scholar
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Critical Studies and Bibliography

  1. F. R. Leavis, “Dr. Richards, Bentham and Coleridge,” in Scrutiny (Cambridge), 3, 1935.Google Scholar
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Bibliography

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Bibliography and Critical Studies

  1. Willard Thorp, “Allen Tate: A Checklist,” in Princeton University Library Bulletin (New Jersey), April 1942; reprinted with James Korges, “Allen Tate: A Checklist Continued,” in Critique (Minneapolis), 10, 1968.Google Scholar
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Critical Studies and Bibliography

  1. Elder Olson, “A Symbolic Reading of the Ancient Mariner,” in Critics and Criticism: Ancient and Modern, edited by R. S. Crane. Chicago and London, University of Chicago Press, 1952.Google Scholar
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Critical Studies and Bibliography

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Critical Studies and Bibliography

  1. John Crowe Ransom, “Yvor Winters: The Logical Critic,” in The New Criticism. New York, New Directions, 1941.Google Scholar
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Biography, Critical Studies and Bibliography

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