6 edition of Practical art criticism found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Edmund Burke Feldman.|
|LC Classifications||N7475 .F46 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 84 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
|LC Control Number||93017880|
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I. A. Richards, Practical Criticism. Published in , this book is as much the write-up to an educational experiment as it is a work of traditional literary criticism. Richards, whose lectures were hugely popular at Cambridge during the s, gave his students a series of short poems with the authors and dates :// Seeking a more exacting approach, he analyzed literary texts as syntactical structures that could be broken down into smaller interacting verbal units of meaning. Practical Criticism, fi rst published in , is a landmark volume in demonstrating this ://
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by Edmund Burke Feldman | Read Reviews. Publish your book with B&:// Practical criticism underlies everything students of English literature do. It is a way of reading the text closely, but with a grasp of the larger issues involved.
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Reviewed by John D. Meade. Ellis Brotzman’s first edition of Old Testament Textual Criticism was published in as a practical entree into the field of textual criticism of the Old Testament.
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Contents. The Critical Process. INTERPRETING THE EVIDENCE. JUDGING WORKS OF ART. 5 other sections not ://?id=x6lPAAAAMAAJ. Practical art criticism by Edmund Burke Feldman,Prentice Hall edition, in English In the general sense, the kind of criticism that analyses specific literary works, either as a deliberate application of a previously elaborated theory or as a supposedly non-theoretical investigation.
More specifically, the term is applied to an academic procedure devised by the critic I. Richards at Cambridge University in the s and illustrated in his book Practical Criticism ().
Art criticism elevates appreciation of art and the procedure of critical thinking. Lankford () stresses on the observer's awareness, in addition to the attributes of the :// /_The_Scientific_Articles_on_Art_Criticism.
Mastering Practical Criticism offers students of English Literature at advanced and degree levels a clear, well-explained guide to mastering the skills of critical appreciation.
It starts with ways of unlocking meaning in literary texts and proceeds through each stage of the process to the final essay › Reference › Writing › Poetry.
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Trible then presents samples of rhetorical analysis as the art of composition and as the art of persuasion. In Part Two, formulated guidelines are applied to a detailed study of the book of Jonah. A close reading with respect to structure, syntax, style, and substance elicits a host of meanings embedded in text, enabling the relationship between artistry and theology to emerge with :// The book Myself and My Aims: Writings on Art and Criticism, Kurt Schwitters is published by University of Chicago Press.
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