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Hopkins Aliterary Critic


ISBN: 8179061868
ISBN 8179061868
Name of Authors D.C.Agrawal, S.K.Agrawal
Book Type Hard Back
Year 2008
Pages 150
Language English

Hopkins: A Literary Critic underlines the need to understand Hopkins as a critic, who does his utmost to evolve a critical system which seems to be sound both, aesthetically and ethically; the blend of the moral and the aesthetic cannot perhaps be more perfectly realized than in the critical writing of Hopkins. The book argues that a serious reader of Hopkin;s poetry cannot afford to underestimate the importance of his critical remarks and observation. The book deals with almost every aspect of Hopkins; literary opinions, most of which formed part of the letters addressed to his friends Bridges, Dixon and Patmore. It also brings out Hopkins? views on aesthetics, poetics, shorter verse-forms, non-lyrical literary forms, language of poetry, critical vocabulary and practical criticism.

Dr. D.C. Agrawal, retired as Head, Department of English, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur is a scholar on Hopkins, andis presently on a relentless mission to evolve, explore and explicate novel approaches of stylistics to literature. He has, to his credit, several research articles. Dr. S.K. Agarwal, Associate Professor of English teaches English Language and Literature at Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidhyapeeth University, Udaipur. He has published research articles in various prestigeous journals and magazines. Besides, he has contributed to the field of higher education in his several capacities as education administration. He is also Member Secondary Education Board, Rajasthan.


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