Literary Value/ Cultural Power: Verbal Arts in the Twenty-First Century
Manchester University Press, 2001 - 156 oldal
Lynette Hunter explores the concept of literary values in this collection of essays based on the Gresham lectures. As the separation between what used to be called 'high art' and 'popular culture' dissolves, these fascinating essays address the question of what to read and whom to listen to. Hunter delves into issues central to our notions of literary status and value.
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