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Table of Contents
Introduction I. A. Richards and his Critics; Chapter 1 An Approach to Symbolism 1923, Edward Sapir; Chapter 2 Review of The Meaning of Meaning 1924, F. P. Ramsey; Chapter 3 Review of The Meaning of Meaning 1924, J. R. Kantor; Chapter 4 The Meaning of Meaning 1924, John Dewey; Chapter 5 A Scientific Approach to Criticism 1925, Conrad Aiken; Chapter 6 Review of Principles of Literary Criticism 1925, Herbert Read; Chapter 7 Review of Principles of Literary Criticism 1925, Edgell Rickword; Chapter 8 Review of Principles of Literary Criticism 1926, S. P. Waterlow; Chapter 9 ‘Poetry and Reality’ 1926, J. Middleton Murry; Chapter 10 Review of Science and Poetry 1926, Douglas Garman; Chapter 11 The Meaning of Meaning 1926, Bertrand Russell; Chapter 12 A Note on Poetry and Belief 1927, T. S. Eliot; Chapter 13 Some Aesthetic Theories of Mr Richards 1927, E. Helen Knight; Chapter 14 Literature, Science, and Dogma 1927, T. S. Eliot; Chapter 15 Belief 1929, T. S. Eliot; Chapter 16 Review of Practical Criticism 1929, John Gould Fletcher; Chapter 17 Poetry in the Laboratory 1929, Allen Tate; Chapter 18 John Middleton Murry and I. A. Richards 1930, Geoffrey West; Chapter 19 Review of Practical Criticism 1930, James Burnham; Chapter 20 The New Criticism 1930, John Sparrow; Chapter 21 Technique in Criticism 1930, R. P. Blackmur; Chapter 22 O Miselle Passer! 1930, William Empson; Chapter 23 What is Criticism? 1930, Montgomery Belgion; Chapter 24 Practical Criticism: A Reply to Mr Empson 1930, John Sparrow; Chapter 25 I. A. Richards’ Psychology of Poetry 1931, Max Eastman; Chapter 26 Reply to John Sparrow 1931, William Empson; Chapter 27 Reply to I. A. Richards’ ‘Notes on the Practice of Interpretation’ 1931, Montgomery Belgion; Chapter 28 Mencius 1932, G. Lowes Dickinson; Chapter 29 Review of Mencius on the Mind 1932, D. W. Harding; Chapter 30 Mencius on the Mind with I. A. Richards’ Reply 1932, Arthur Waley; Chapter 31 T. S. Eliot the Modern Mind 1933, T. S. Eliot; Chapter 32 Review of Mencius on the Mind 1933, M. C. D’Arcy; Chapter 33 Evaluations: I. A. Richards 1933, D. W. Harding; Chapter 34 Reply To I. A. Richards’ Review of The Literary Mind 1933, Max Eastman; Chapter 35 The Technique of Listening, Kenneth Burke; Chapter 36 Reflections on ‘Fifteen Lines From Landor’ 1933, Charles Mauron; Chapter 37 Review of The Meaning of Meaning and Mencius on the Mind 1933, A. K. Coomaraswamy; Chapter 38 Comments On ‘Fifteen Lines From Landor’ 1933, Bonamy Dobree; Chapter 39 ‘T. S. Eliot: The Pseudo-Believer’ 1934, Wyndham Lewis; Chapter 40 Review of Mencius on the Mind 1934, R. D. Jameson; Chapter 41 From ‘Three Types of Poetry’ 1934, Allen Tate; Chapter 42 Transcendentalism Explained (A Note on Mr I. A. Richards’ Coleridge on Imagination 1935, Stephen Potter; Chapter 43 Suggestions Towards a Theory of Value 1935, S. L. Bethell; Chapter 44 Dr Richards, Bentham and Coleridge 1935, F. R. Leavis; Chapter 45 Review of Coleridge on Imagination 1935, William Empson; Chapter 46 Reply To F. R. Leavis’s ‘Dr Richards, Bentham And Coleridge’ 1935, William Empson; Chapter 47 Review of Coleridge on Imagination 1935, M. H. Abrams; Chapter 48 Four Notes on I. A. Richards’ Aesthetic Theory 1935, Eliseo Vivas; Chapter 49 Coleridge Rephrased 1935, Kenneth Burke; Chapter 50 Dr Richards 1937, Alick West; Chapter 51 From Scepticism and Poetry 1937, D. G. James; Chapter 52 Advanced Verbal Education 1937, F. R. Leavis; Chapter 53 Review of The Philosophy of Rhetoric 1937, William Empson; Chapter te54 A Psychologist Looks at Poetry 1938, John Crowe Ransom; Chapter 55 The Criticism of Meaning and the Meaning of Criticism 1938, Austin Warren; Chapter 56 I. A. Richards on the Art of Interpretation 1939, R. S. Crane;