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Literature, History, Value: The Case of British Romanticism

Christie, William


After describing how criticism in the Romantic era was widely seen by writers as antagonistic to their interests, the chapter turns to the critical trends of recent decades when critics and writers (and also readers) seem to have once again moved in opposing directions. The chapter concludes by reflecting on public humanities and the need to bring critical thinking back into conversation with common eating and common understanding.

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2019-12-03
Type: Journal article
Source: Humanities Australia
Access Rights: Open Access via publisher site


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