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critical point, on literature and culture.
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The critical point, on literature and culture Dissent, and a regular contributor to The New Republic, Howe was professor of English at Hunter College. His first book, Sherwood Anderson (), made a substantial impression on his contemporaries and firmly established his reputation as a critic.
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We are getting, according to this approach, a vision of human nature or the world in general as filtered through an author's individual insight and perceptions. potential for a range of critical interpretations.
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