I. A. Richards was the most influential of the first generation of academic literary theorists. This definitive collection of his writing between 1919 and 1938 shows that Richards' position was distinct from the emerging consensus in university literary education. Richards is often misunderstood as a master of a now superseded school of academic criticism and a forerunner of an institutionalised classroom method. This set will allow today's scholar and researcher to discover that Richards was actually one of its most severe critics.
John Constable was formerly at the University of Kyoto
Volume I. Foundations of Aesthetics: [0-415-21732-6] Volume II. The Meaning of Meaning: [0-415-21733-4] Volume III. Principles of Literary Criticism and Science and Poetry: [0-415-21734-2] Volume IV. Practical Criticism: [0-415-21735-0] Volume V. Mencius on the Mind: [0-415-21736-9] Volume VI. Coleridge on the Imagination: [0-415-21737-7] Volume VII. The Philosophy of Rhetoric: [0-415-21738-5] Volume VIII. Interpretation in Teaching: [0-415-21739-3] Volume IX. Collected Papers of I. A. Richards 1919-1938: [0-415-21740-7] Volume X. I. A. Richards and his Critics: [0-415-21741-5]:
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