Literary Critic

  • (noun): A critic of literature.

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Germán Gullón - Literary Critic
... The literary criticism of Germán Gullón offers three different facets the sholarly one, the author of literary studies, the text editor of the Spanish Literature of centuries XIX, XX and XXI ... As author of literary studies emphasizes his works about the 19th century and about the modernism (End of century and Generation of '98) ... same goes is changing with time, that is to say, considers to the literary text like alive ...
List Of People From Kerala - Literature and Writing - Writers
... – Poet Balamani Amma – Poet won the literary medal in India, the Saraswathi Samman ... Author of 'Ottakangal Paranja Katha' Gayatri – Wrter, Painter, art and literary critic George Menachery – Historian, Editor of The St ... Hameed Chennamangaloor – writer, progressive Muslim intellectual, critic of religious fundamentalism ...
Herder Prize - List of Recipients
... help by expanding it Year Name Nationality and occupation 1964 Jan Kott Polish theater critic 1965 Tudor Arghezi Romanian writer László Németh Hungarian writer 1966 Ján Cikker ...
List Of City College Of New York People - Literature and Journalism
1965 – African American literary critic and teacher Larry Neal June Jordan Barbara Christian Alan Abelson 1942 – columnist, former editor, Barron's Marc D ... Songs of Love Irving Howe 1940 – author of World of Our Fathers, literary critic, coined the phrase "New York Jewish Intellectual" Bernard Kalb 1951 – journalist and television ...
List Of Scottish Jews - Academic Figures and Scientists
... David Daiches, writer and literary critic, and father of Jenni Calder Jack David Dunitz, chemist Alfred Edersheim, Bible scholar Charles Frank, maker of scientific instruments ... Professor of the Practice of Medicine, University of Glasgow Philip Hobsbaum, academic and literary critic at Glasgow University and an influence on many Scottish ...

Famous quotes related to literary critic:

    Much literary criticism comes from people for whom extreme specialization is a cover for either grave cerebral inadequacy or terminal laziness, the latter being a much cherished aspect of academic freedom.
    John Kenneth Galbraith (b. 1908)

    Every literary critic believes he will outwit history and have the last word.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)