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F. R. Leavis by  William Walsh - Hardcover - 1980 - from C L Hawley and

F. R. Leavis

by Walsh, William

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Bloomington: Indiana University Press,. Hardback. 189pp. A study of Leavis arguing that he stands as the fourth great critic in the line of Johnson, Coleridge and Arnold. Covers Scrutiny, his collaboration with his wife Q. D. Leavis and a wide ranging assessment of his work and legacy. Green cloth with gilt titles to spine. Dust wrapper is lightly rubbed to edges. Very good copy in near like wrapper. . Hardcover. 1980.


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