You are exploring: VU > Home > Research > Resource

Cambridge History of Literary Criticism

This page details a specific electronic resource that has been indicated by Villanova Librarians as useful in conducting research.

Cambridge History of Literary Criticism
The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism provides a comprehensive historical account of Western literary criticism from classical antiquity to the present day. The history will comprise nine volumes and deal with literary theory and critical practice. It is intended as an authoritative work of reference and exposition, much more than a mere chronicle of facts. While remaining broadly non-partisan, it addresses, where appropriate, controversial issues of current critical debate without evasion or pretence of neutrality. Nevertheless, it will maintain throughout a scrupulous concern for factual accuracy and a due representation of differing points of view.

Pages that contain this Resource

El Cuento Literario

French Research Seminar

Latin American Crime Stories

Literary and Cultural Experience of Spain

Masterpieces of Hispanic Literature

Masterpieces Spanish Elegy

Romance Languages and Literatures

Spanish Research Seminar

Spanish Research Seminar 3

Ways of Reading


Last Modified: Tuesday, September 6th, 2011