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Criticism of VGL

Criticism of CI

Further Reading (Chronological List)

  • Pierre Huet. A Treatise of Romances and their Original [1671]. Translated out of French. London: Printed by R. Battersby for S. Heyrick, at Grace Inn Gate in Holborn, 1672. EEBO. Web. (pdf)
  • John Dryden. Grounds of Criticism in Tragedy [1679]. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21). Volume VIII. The Age of Web. [3]
  • Nicholas Boileau. The Art of Poetry [1683]. Written in French by The SIEUR de Boileau, Made English. LONDON: Printed for R. Bentley, and S. Magnes, in Russel-Street in Covent-Garden, 1683. University of Virginia Library Electronic Text Center. 2000. Web. [4]
  • Alexander Pope. An Essay on Criticism [1709]. The University of Adelaide Library. Adelaide, Australia: eBooks@Adelaide. Web. [5]
  • Margaret Fuller. "A Short Essay on Critics". The Dial I (July 1840). The web of American Transcendentalism. Web. [6]
  • Charles Baudelaire. "What is the Good of Criticism? [1846]" The Mirror of Art. Critical Studies by Charles Baudelaire. Translated and Edited With Notes and Illustrations By Jonathan Mayne. Garden City, New York: Doubleday Anchor Books, 1956. 40-43. Print. [7]
  • Arnold, Matthew. "The Function of Criticism at the Present Time (1864)". Lectures and Essays in Criticism. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1990. 258-285.
  • Wilde, Oscar. "The Critic as Artist (1889). The Works of Oscar Wilde 1856-1900. Ed. G.F. Maine. London: Collins, 1948. 948-998.
  • T. S. Eliot. "The Function of Criticism [1923]". Selected essays 1917-1932. London: Faber and Faber, [1932] 1972. (ang 647.1 AA 3717,3)
  • Woolf, Virginia. "Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown." Published by Leonard and Virgina Woolf at the Hogarth Press Tavistock Square, London W.C. 1924.
  • I.A. Richards. Principles of Literary Criticism [1924]. New York: Harcourt, Brace and World, [1928]. (asl 915 e AJ 6250)
  • Rudolf Arnheim. "The Film Critic of Tomorrow [1935]". Essential Texts. Project New Cinephilia. Web. [8]
  • R. P. Blackmur, A Critic's Job of Work (1935)
  • Joseph Goebbels, “Decree Concerning Art Criticism” (excerpt) (1936)
  • John Crowe Ransom, "Criticism, Inc." (1937)
  • Cox, R.G. The great reviews. Scrutiny 6 (1937) 2-20; 155-175.
  • John Crowe Ransom, "Criticism as Pure Speculation," (1941)
  • Auerbach, Erich. Mimesis: The Representation of Reality in Western Literature [1946]. Introduction by Edward W. Said. Trans. Willard R. Trask. Princeton University Press, 2003.
  • La Drière, J. C. "Role of the Critic". Spirit: A Magazine of Poetry: 13. (1947), pp. 179-186.
  • Randall Jarrell, “The Age of Criticism” (1952)
  • Northrop Frye, Herman. Anatomy of Criticism. New Jersey: Princeton U. Press, 1957.
  • Albert, Robert S. "The Rôle of the Critic in Mass Communications: I. A Theoretical Analysis". Journal of Social Psychology: 48. (1958), pp. 265-274.
  • Cargill, Oscar. "The Role of the Critic". College English: 20.3 (1958 Dec.), pp. 105-10.
  • Alfred Kazin, “The Function of Criticism Today” (1962)
  • Narasimhaiah, C. D. "A Symposium on the Writer and the Public, III: The Role of the Critic". Literary Criterion: 5.4 (1963), pp. 50-54.
  • Walter Sutton and Richard Foster. Modern Criticism in Theory and Practice. 1963.
  • Houck, James A. "Hazlitt on the Obligations of the Critic.". Wordsworth Circle: 4. (1973), pp. 250-58.
  • Rollin, Roger B. "Against Evaluation: The Role of the Critic of Popular Culture.". Journal of Popular Culture: 9. (1975), pp. 355-65.
  • Northrop Frye. "The Responsibilities of the Critic". MLN 91. 5, Centennial Issue: Responsibilities of the Critic (Oct 1976):797-813.
  • Barbara Smith: "Towards a Black Feminist Criticism" (1977)
  • Topor, Wolor. "The Role of the African Literary Critic as an Instrument of Innovation". pp. 105-20. Le Critique africain et son peuple comme producteur de civilisation. Paris: Presence Africaine, 1977. 549 pp.
  • Michael C. Leff. "Interpretation and the art of the rhetorical critic." Western Journal of Speech Communication 44.4 (1980): 337-349.
  • Showalter, Elaine. "Feminist Criticism in the Wilderness." Critical Inquiry 8:2 (1981:Winter): 179-205.
  • Hernadi. P. (ed.). What is criticism? Bloomington. IN: Indiana University Press, 1981. (esp.: René Wellek. "A Historical Perspective: Literary Criticism." 297-321.)
  • Said, Edward W. "Secular Criticism." The World, the Text, and the Critic. Harvard University Press, 1983. 1-30.
  • Verdaasdonk, H. "Social and Economic Factors in the Attribution of Literary Quality." Poetics 12 (1983): 383-395.
  • Van Rees, C.J. "How a literary work becomes a masterpiece: on the threefold selection practiced by literary criticism." Poetics 12 (1983): 397–417.
  • Eagleton, Terry. The Function of Criticism.London: Verso, 1984.
  • Elsom, John. "The Social Role of the Theatre Critic." Contemporary Review 246.1432 (1985): 259-263.
  • Rosengren, Karl Erik. "Literary Criticism: Future Invented." Poetics 16 (1987): 295-325.
  • Van Rees, C.J. "How reviewers reach consensus on the value of literary works." Poetics, 16 (1987): 275–294.
  • Glaberson, Eric. "The literary criticism of the New York intellectuals: a defense and appreciation." American Studies 29. 1 (Spring 1988): 71-85.
  • Henry Louis Gates, Jr.: The Signifying Monkey: A Theory of African-American Literary Criticism (1989)
  • Wayne Koestenbaum: Engendering Men: The Question of Male Feminist Criticism (1990)
  • Kelkar, Ashok R. "Making and Writing Literary History: The Critic's Role." New Quest 80 (1990): 89-95.
  • Wesley Shrum. "Critics and publics: cultural mediation in highbrow and popular performing arts". American Journal of Sociology 97. 2 (Sep 1991): 347-375
  • Morris Dickstein, “Introduction: What Happened to Criticism,” from Double Agent: The Critic and Society (1992)
  • Warnick, Barbara. "Leff in Context: What Is the Critic's Role?". The Quarterly Journal of Speech: 78.2 (1992 May), pp. 232-37.
  • Billington, Michael. "The Role of the Theatre Critic in a Climate of Crisis." Critical Survey 5.1 (1993): 3-7.
  • Levo, Yael Zarhy Levo. "The theatre critic as a cultural agent: Esslin, Marowitz and Tynan." Poetics 21 (1993): 525-543.
  • Judith Williamson, Introduction to Deadline at Dawn (1993)
  • Cameron, S. On the Role of Critics in the Culture Industry , Journal of Cultural Economics 19:4 (1995): 321-331.
  • Tobias Döring, Uwe Schäfer, Mark Stein (eds.). Can “The Subaltern” Be Read? The Role of the Critic in Postcolonial Studies. ACOLIT Special Issue No. 2. Frankfurt a.M.: Institut für England- und Amerikastudien, 1996.
  • Eigenbrod, Renate. "Can 'the Subaltern' Be Read? The Role of the Critic in Postcolonial Studies: An Epilogue to a Workshop." Acolit 2 (1996): 97-101.
  • Smallwood, Philip. "The definition of criticism". New Literary History 27.3 (1996): 545–554.
  • J. Hoberman, “The Film Critic of Tomorrow, Today” (1996)
  • Janssen, Susanne. "Reviewing as a social practice: institutional constraints on critics’ attention for contemporary fiction." Poetics 24.5 (1997) 275–297.
  • Eaglestone, Robert. Ethical Criticism: Reading After Levinas. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1997
  • Wouter de Nooy. "'A literary playground': Literary criticism and balance theory". Poetics 26 (1999): 385-404.
  • Greer, Graham. "The Role of the Professional Theatre Critic in a Post-Apartheid South Africa." South African Theatre Journal 15 (2001): 56-64.
  • Suman Basuroy, Subimal Chatterjee and S. Abraham Ravid. "How Critical Are Critical Reviews? The Box Office Effects of Film Critics, Star Power, and Budgets." The Journal of Marketing 67:4 (Oct., 2003): 103-117.
  • Wayne Booth. "To: All Who Care about the Future of Criticism. From: Anon. February 7, 2003". Critical Inquiry 30 (Winter 2004): 350-354.
  • Glynn, Mary Ann and Michael. Lounsbury. "From the Critics' Corner: Logic Blending, Discursive Change and Authenticity in a Cultural Production System". Journal of Management Studies 42.5 (Jul 2005): 1031-1055.
  • McDonald, Rónán. The Death of the Critic. London: Continuum Press, [2007] 2008.
  • Day, Gary. Literary Criticism: A New History. Edinburgh University Press. 2008.
  • McDonald, Rónán. "The Value of Arts and the Art of Evaluation: English Studies and Literary Criticism." The Public Value of the Humanities. Ed. Jonathan Bate. London: Bloomsbury, 2010.
  • Nordin, Irene Gilsenan. "Poetry and Education: The Role of the Literary Critic in Academia." Creation, Publishing, and Criticism: The Advance of Women's Writing. Ed. Maria Xesús Nogueira, et al. New York, NY: Peter Lang, 2010. 75-82. Galician Studies 2.
  • Verboord, Marc. "The Legitimacy of Book Critics in the Age of the Internet and Omnivorousness: Expert Critics, Internet Critics and Peer Critics in Flanders and the Netherlands". European Sociological Review 26.6 (2010): 623-637.
  • David Bordwell, “Academics vs. Critics” (2011)
  • Adrian Martin, “No Direction Home: Creative Criticism” (2011)