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by Frank Lentricchia
Author: Frank Lentricchia
Publisher: University of Chicago Press; Reprint edition (December 15, 1985)
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Criticism and Social Change speaks with special timeliness to the role of the political intellectual (here embodied in Kenneth Burke). Lentricchia's provocative analysis demands serious reflection by American radicals.
Criticism and Social Change speaks with special timeliness to the role of the political intellectual (here embodied in Kenneth Burke).
Frank Lentricchia (born 1940) is an American literary critic, novelist, and film teacher. Lentricchia is currently a literature and film studies professor at Duke University. Criticism and Social Change (1983). from Duke University in 1966 and 1963 respectively after receiving a . from Utica College in 1962. ISBN 978-0-226-47200-3. Ariel and the Police: Michel Foucault, William James, Wallace Stevens (1989).
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Frank Lentricchia's Criticism and Social Change: The Literary Intellectual as Pragmatic Humanist.
Criticism and Social Change (1983) ISBN 978-0-226-47200-3. Xu, Ben (1992) Situational Tensions of : Thinking through Literary Politics with Edward W. Said and Frank Lentricchia. Lentricchia's faculty page at Duke. Lentricchia feature from Duke Magazine. Interview with Lentricchia and Jody McAuliffe.
Literary and social criticism. Until his death in 1972, Edmund Wilson solidified his reputation as one of America’s most versatile and distinguished men of letters. Both older critics, such as Frank Lentricchia in The Edge of Night (1994) and Said in Out of Place (1999), and younger critics, including Alice Kaplan in French Lessons (1993), turned toward autobiography as a way of situating their own intellectual outlook and infusing personal expression into their work.
In the first part, Frank Lentricchia analyzes the impact on our critical thought of Frye, Stevens, Kermode, Sartre, Poulet .
In the first part, Frank Lentricchia analyzes the impact on our critical thought of Frye, Stevens, Kermode, Sartre, Poulet, Heidegger, Sussure, Barthes, Lévi-Strauss, Derrida, and Foucault, among other, less central figures