• Unusually, a little more literary criticism would have augmented the picture, especially some appraisal of Stevenson's chiselled, graceful style.

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  • The reader in search of literary criticism, or even the origins of absurdist thought, will not find it in the three new biographies.

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  • Step outside literary criticism and other intriguing possibilities bubble up.

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  • The real pleasure in reading Jerome Loving's excellent biography is less the literary criticism than the jaunts—first across young America with a young Twain, and then overseas as he grows more established.

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  • At Dalkey Archive Press, a publisher of fiction, poetry, and literary criticism, Davies says he expects a book editor at the Press to have a solid grounding in the traditions represented by the company.

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  • Such are the mysteries of literary criticism.

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  • The latest example, which manages quite epically to combine both those forms of snobbery, comes from Sir Peter Stothard, editor of the Times Literary Supplement and Man Booker Prize judge, who has expressed fears that the standard of literary criticism has slipped and that book bloggers are some sort of literary kryptonite that will destroy the industry.

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