The modern study of literature : an introduction to literary theory and interpretation / by Richard Green Moulton Moulton, Richard G. (Richard Green), 1849-1924

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Moulton, Richard G. (Richard Green), 1849-1924
Literature -- History and criticism.; Literature.; Literature - History and criticism - Theory, etc.
  • Introduction: Dominant ideas of modern study: unity, induction, evolution.
  • book I. Literary morphology: varieties of literature and their underlying principles.
  • book II. The field and scope of literary study.
  • book III. Literary evolution as reflected in the history of world literature.
  • book IV. Literary criticism: the traditional confusion and the modern recon struction.
  • book V. Literature as a mode of philosophy.
  • book VI. Literature as a mode of art.
  • Conclusion: the traditional and modern study of literature.
  • Syllabus.
  • Works of the author.
  • General index.
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