Literary Criticism: Plato to Dryden
Wayne State University Press, 1962 - Criticism - 704 pages
This anthology of literary criticism is no simple collection of fragments from great critics. It is, in a way, a documentary history of literary taste, or better, a documentary history of the taste of literary critics...It contains material that is inaccessible in many university libraries and an index which ties together the various selections and gives the book a unity which most anthologies unfortunately lack..." [Cover].
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