Critical Essays on William Empson
Scolar Press, 1993 - Literary Criticism - 555 pages
While paradigm-bound research has generated powerful insights in international relations, it has fostered a tunnel vision that hinders progress and widens the chasm between theory and policy. In this important new book, Sil and Katzenstein draw upon recent scholarship to illustrate the benefits of a more pragmatic and eclectic style of research.
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Introduction by John Constable
Anon Those in Authority The Granta 38866 31 May 1929 p 485
J D C Seven Types of Ambiguity Revolt 8 1 December 1930 p 20
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