Criticism from the Heart

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iUniverse, 2005 - 160 pages
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Criticism from the Heart is an interesting read, covering a variety of authors and their most famous works. Nelson does a captivating job of analyzing some of the most famous writers in literary history, providing her own insights and analysis regarding their writings. This book is a must have, and a must read for anybody interested in the study of literature, any literature student, any literature professor, or anybody simply interested in learning more about literature.
 

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Contents

Introduction
Cloning and Literature
Hypocrisy in White Religion
Realism is for Right Idealism
Whitman and Freedom
Misunderstood Youth
The Case for a Religious
Differences in Life and Poetry
Characterizing Smith Bradsteet and Taylor
Emerson Thoreau Whitman
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