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    Published 1957
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    by Read, Herbert, 1893-1968
    Published 1969
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    Book
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    by Borklund, Elmer
    Published 1982
    Book
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    Published 1982
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    by Tao, Shilong, Chen, Xi
    Published 2023
    “…This article explores the moral teachings in the fall of Adam and Eve (Gen 2:4–3:24) from the perspective of ethical literary criticism. According to the theory of three stages in human civilization—natural, ethical and scientific selection, the fall of Adam and Eve represents the historical process of human civilization going from natural selection to ethical selection. …”
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    by James, Henry, 1843-1916
    Published 1987
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    by Frye, Northrop
    Published 1971
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    Published 2010
    “…The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism.…”
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    Published 1957
    Table of Contents: “…From Principles of literary criticism /…”
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    “…Literary criticism…”
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    “…Literary criticism…”
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    by Coote, Stephen
    Published 1993
    “…Penguin literary criticism…”
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    “…Soviet literary criticism…”
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    Published 1974
    “…Patterns of Literary Criticism…”
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    by Stewart, Grace
    Published 1981
    “…Literary Criticism.…”
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    by Wolfe, Thomas, 1900-1938
    Published 1968
    Table of Contents: “…The lost boy -- No cure for it -- Gentlemen of the press : [a play] -- A kinsman of his blood -- Chickamauga -- The return of the prodigal -- On leprechauns -- Portrait of a literary critic -- The lion at morning -- God's lonely man -- The hills beyond : [novella] -- A note on Thomas Wolfe / E.C. …”
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    by Strand, Mattias
    Published 2018
    “…French historian and literary critic René Girard (1923–2015), most widely known for the concepts of mimetic desire and scapegoating, also engaged in the discussion of the surge of eating disorders in his 1996 essay Eating Disorders and Mimetic Desire. …”
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