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[City Literary Institute (London, England)]. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: 4 preliminary leaves, pages ; 20 cm: Contents: Tradition in the novel / R.H. Mottram --Experiment in the novel / J.D.
Beresford --Tradition in poetry / Edmund Blunden --Experiment in poetry / --Edith Sitwell --Tradition in drama / Ashley Dukes --Experiment in drama / C.K. Munro --Tradition in. Tradition in the novel / by R.H.
Mottram -- Experiment in the novel / by J.D. Beresford -- Tradition in poetry / by Edmund Blunden --Experiment in poetry / by Edith Sitwell -- Tradition in drama / by Ashley Dukes -- Experiment in drama / by C.K.
Munro -- Tradition in biography / by A.J.A. Symons -- Experiment. These four American poets (of whom Mr. Rorty is the last) have one attribute in common -- they are all concerned with contemporaneity. Taken as a representation of our poetry, they display such encouraging factors as an excessive curiosity about verse-forms, a bland regardlessness of tradition.
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T he view that literature and science have nothing to say to each other, and are antithetical in their portrayals of the world, is now widely held to be a cliché, and inaccurate to boot. This cliché is partly based on C. Snow’s (in)famous ‘Two Cultures’ lectures which he delivered fifty years ago, but it also goes much further back than that, as illustrated by Keats’.
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: 6.Experimental literature refers to written work—usually fiction or poetry—that emphasizes innovation, most especially in technique.
1 Early history. 2 20th-century history. 3 21st-century history. 7 External links. The first text generally cited in this category is Laurence Sterne 's The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman ( There are more graduates from literature, especially English literature, degrees than ever.
And there are all those book groups, dedicated to the critical discussion of novels.