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Ex-library copy with library stamps on front cover; cover & page edges browning, a little dusty, else a sound, tight copy. 215x140mm. Contents include: Parody as a literary form: George Herbert and Wilfred Owen by Rosemary Freeman; Cowley and the current status of metaphysical poetry by David Rawlinson; A Journey to the Western Isles reconsidered by R K Kaul; Work in progress IV: food and ceremony in Great Expectations by Barbara Hardy; The 'Given Appearance' of Charlotte Verver by Elizabeth Owen; Lionel Trilling and the two cultures by Martin Green.
Title: Essays in Criticism: Vol.XIII No.4, October 1963: a Quarterly Journal of Literary Criticism
Publisher: Basil Blackwell: 1963
Book Condition: Good
Item: 300.00 Item
Seller ID: 913683-28
Keywords: george herbert, wilfred owen, parody, metaphysical poetry, abraham cowley, journey to the western isles, samuel johnson, great expectations, charles dickens, charlotte verver, lionel trilling