In what sense does the literary critic exist in his own right, and in what way does his role go beyond that of the teacher, mystic, philologist, historian, philosopher, rhetorician, and literary artist? This issue of the Bucknell Review focuses on the opposition of rhetoric and interpretation, presenting essays which explore the problems and possibilities critics confront when they adopt either interpretation or rhetoric as a critical starting point. Illustrated.(RC, p. 153). But he doesna#39;t provide one there, and the need becomes even more imperative after his correction of the error in that work and in For Marx, which he initially called aquot;theoreti- cism, aquot; but now prefers to identify as his aquot;theoreticist deviationaquot; (ESC, p. ... Marx, his claim, in brief, that the later Marx does not merely revise the earlier writings but actually works within an entirely different problematic.
|Title||:||Rhetoric, Literature, and Interpretation|
|Author||:||Harry Raphael Garvin|
|Publisher||:||Bucknell University Press - 1983|