Northrop Frye

Frye in 1984 Herman Northrop Frye (July 14, 1912 – January 23, 1991) was a Canadian literary critic and literary theorist, considered one of the most influential of the 20th century.

Frye gained international fame with his first book, ''Fearful Symmetry'' (1947), which led to the reinterpretation of the poetry of William Blake. His lasting reputation rests principally on the theory of literary criticism that he developed in ''Anatomy of Criticism'' (1957), one of the most important works of literary theory published in the twentieth century. The American critic Harold Bloom commented at the time of its publication that ''Anatomy'' established Frye as "the foremost living student of Western literature." Frye's contributions to cultural and social criticism spanned a long career during which he earned widespread recognition and received many honours. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Frye, Northrop
Published 1986
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by Frye, Northrop
Published 1983
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Published 1980
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by Frye, Northrop.
Published 2008
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by Frye, Northrop
Published 1966
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by Frye, Northrop
Published 1967
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by Frye, Northrop
Published 1978
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by Frye, Northrop
Published 1963
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by Frye, Northrop
Published 1967
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by Frye, Northrop
Published 1976
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by Frye, Northrop
Published 1947
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by Frye, Northrop
Published 1972
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by Frye, Northrop
Published 1966
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by Frye, Northrop
Published 1967
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