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Published by KennikatPress in New York .
Written in English

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Collection of essays originally published individually in Kenyon Review.- First published as a collection in 1951.

Other titlesThe Kenyon Review.
Statementedited by John Crowe Ransom.
ContributionsRansom, JOhn Crowe.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20314934M

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Nonfiction by Kenyon Critics The larger part of this classic symposium on the poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins was originally assembled as a special number of The Kenyon Review to celebrate in the centenary of the poet’s birth, and then published in the New Directions “Makers of . Ransom, John Crowe THE KENYON CRITICS Studies in Modern Literature from the Kenyon Review 1st Edition 1st Printing Hardcover Cleveland World Publishing Company Very Good in a Good dust jacket. Some small chips to spine, some spine discoloration, previous owners name to Rating: % positive. The critics included in this book are thirty-three in number, and each is represented by a single writing. They are Kenyon Critics at least for the moment, and in the sense that these writings of theirs are all taken from the twelve volumes of the Kenyon Review of which Volume XII is just now being concluded. Gerard Manley Hopkins book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The larger part of this classic symposium on the poetry of Gerard Ma /5.

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