American Literary Criticism, 1900-1950

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction 3
  • James Gibbons Huneker 60
  • Bibliography 63
  • Joel Elias Spingarn 73
  • Bibliography 76
  • George Edward Woodberry 91
  • Bibliography 94
  • William Crary Brownell 109
  • Bibliography 112
  • Thomas Stearns Eliot 129
  • Bibliography 132
  • Van Wyck Brooks 142
  • Bibliography 145
  • Stuart P. Sherman 161
  • Bibliography 163
  • H. L. Mencken 181
  • Bibliography 185
  • Ludwig Lewisohn 198
  • Bibliograhy 200
  • V. F. Calverton 223
  • Bibliography 225
  • Lewis Mumford 244
  • Bibliography 247
  • Paul Elmer More 253
  • Bibliography 256
  • Irving Babbitt 288
  • Bibliography 290
  • Kenneth Burke 307
  • Bibliography 309
  • Joseph Wood Krutch 331
  • Bibliography 334
  • John Dewey 349
  • Bibliography 351
  • R. P. Blackmur 378
  • Bibliography 380
  • Granville Hicks 405
  • Bibliography 407
  • James T. Farrell 427
  • Bibliography 429
  • Waldo Frank 439
  • Bibliography 441
  • John Crowe Ransom - (1888- ) 450
  • Bibliography 453
  • Allen Tate - (1899- ) 468
  • Bibliography 470
  • Edmund Wilson 482
  • Bibliography 484
  • Constance M. Rourke 498
  • Bibliography 501
  • Cleanth Brooks 514
  • Bibliography 516
  • Yvor Winters 533
  • Bibliography 536
  • Lionel Trilling 547
  • Bibliography 550
  • Index 567
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