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by I. A. Richards
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In PRACTICAL CRITICISM, I. A. Richards develops a theory of poetic criticism that would later be termed the New Criticism
In PRACTICAL CRITICISM, I. Richards develops a theory of poetic criticism that would later be termed the New Criticism. At the time of its publication in 1929, his ideas were not terribly new but for the first time he formalized a set of rules that allowed a reader of poetry to deconstruct a poem using nothing more than the words on the page. Each time that I read of a modern theorist who insists that all readings are misreadings and that only a breakdown of the poem's binary polarities will unravel the Inner Meaning, I could retch
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English literary critic and rhetorician. For the variety of criticism, see Varieties of criticism § Practical criticism. I. Richards in the Alps . 930. The life and intellectual influence of I. Richards approximately corresponds to his intellectual interests; many endeavours were in collaboration with the linguist, philosopher, and writer Charles Kay Ogden (. Ogden), notably in four books: I. Foundations of Aesthetics (1922) presents the principles of aesthetic reception, the bases of the literary theory of harmony ; aesthetic understanding derives from the balance of competing psychological impulses.
Practical Criticism book. Seeking a more exacting approa Linguist, critic, poet, psychologist, I. Richards (1893-1979) was one of the great polymaths of the twentieth century
Practical Criticism book. Richards (1893-1979) was one of the great polymaths of the twentieth century. He is best known, however, as one of the founders of modern literary critical theory. Richards revolutionized criticism by turning away from biographical and historical readings as well as from the aesthetic impressionism.
PRACTICAL CRITICISM BY I A RICHARDS Part III Chapters 1-8 Ivor Armstrong Richards (26 February 1893 in Sandbach, Cheshire. 7 September 1979 in Cambridge) was an influential English literary critic and rhetorician
PRACTICAL CRITICISM BY I A RICHARDS Part III Chapters 1-8 Ivor Armstrong Richards (26 February 1893 in Sandbach, Cheshire. 7 September 1979 in Cambridge) was an influential English literary critic and rhetorician. He was educated at Magdalene College, Cambridge where his love of English was nurtured by the scholar 'Cabby' Spence. His books, especially The Meaning of Meaning, Principles of Literary Criticism, Practical Criticism, and The Philosophy of Rhetoric, proved to be founding influences for the New Criticism.
Richard L. W. Clarke LITS2306 Notes 06B 1 I. RICHARDS PRACTICAL CRITICISM (1929) Richards, I. Practical Criticism : a Study of Literary Judgm ent. London: Kegan Paul, 1929. In this sem inal work, Richards’ thesis is that the reader-critic should strive to be objective. This is not, however, a straightforward undertaking given the num erous obstacles of a linguistic nature strewn in the way of all aspirations towards such objectivity. Richards’ m ethodology is a scientific one. His approach is, specifically, inductive. He deals with the effect of literature on the reader in greater detail in yet another fam ous book of his: Principles of Literary Criticism (1924).
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Practical criticism is, like the formal study of English literature itself, a relatively young discipline. It began in the 1920s with a series of experiments by the Cambridge critic . He gave poems to students without any information about who wrote them or when they were written. In Practical Criticism of 1929 he reported on and analysed the results of his experiments. The objective of his work was to encourage students to concentrate on 'the words on the page', rather than relying on preconceived or received beliefs about a text.
Richards is often labeled as the father of the New Criticism, largely because of the influence of his first two books of critical theory, The Principles of Literary Criticism and of Practical Criticism.
Ivor Armstrong Richards (1893-02-26)26 February 1893 Sandbach, Cheshire. Richards is often labeled as the father of the New Criticism, largely because of the influence of his first two books of critical theory, The Principles of Literary Criticism and of Practical Criticism. Principles was a major critical breakthrough, offering thirty-five insightful chapters regarding various topics relevant to literary criticism, including: form, value, rhythm, coenesthesia, literary infectiousness, allusiveness, divergent readings, and belief.