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648 words, approx. 3 pages
Critical Essay by Granville Hicks Richard Kostelanetz, a young critic who is acutely conscious of both his youth and his critical responsibilities, has edited a volume called Young American Writers&#x... Read more
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Critical Essay by Val Moorehouse Kostelanetz focuses on kinetic/semantic book elements in his minimal guy-meets-gal fiction [One Night Stood: A Minimal Fiction] printed in contrasting formats. In 310 ... Read more
144 words, approx. 1 pages
Critical Essay by Edward Butscher Kostelanetz remains a child of the 1960s—when he was in his twenties—a bad boy who refuses to grow up or be bought off, except, on occasion, by his own ... Read more
274 words, approx. 1 pages
Critical Essay by Small Press Review ["The End" Appendix and "The End" Essentials] is literally two books (in reversible format, front to back, and back to front) by the mo... Read more
327 words, approx. 2 pages
Critical Essay by John Martone Although his title [The Old Poetries and the New] might imply an evolutionary understanding of the relationship between traditional and avant-garde poetries, Kostelanetz... Read more
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Critical Essay by Peter Frank Fiction is the last battleground between modernism and the academy, and is the best demonstration of the alliance and pattern of succession that modernism and post-modern... Read more
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Critical Essay by Marquerite Mcaneny Richard Kostelanetz, who edited The New American Arts …, has also written or edited several other books on literature and the arts. In [The Theatre of Mixed... Read more
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Critical Essay by L. J. Davis Richard Kostelanetz introduces his new anthology of so-called innovative writing, "Breakthrough Fictioneers," with a long, peevish preface, the gist of whic... Read more
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Critical Essay by Thomas Powers After a solid week of reading Richard Kostelanetz's long book about literary politicking [The End of Intelligent Writing], I got a bright idea of how to proceed ... Read more
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Critical Essay by Roger Sale "The End of Intelligent Writing" isn't about that, and isn't itself as intelligently written as it could and should have been. Many will say th... Read more
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Critical Essay by Welch D. Everman A book is a possibility for action. Like a musical score, it does not exist until it is performed by a reader, and, of course, some texts are more difficult to perfo... Read more
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Critical Essay by John W. Aldridge There are several remarkable features of Mr. Kostelanetz's discussion [in The End of Intelligent Writing], one of which is that he should find the situation h... Read more
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Critical Essay by Charles Molesworth What a sour book [The End of Intelligent Writing] is—no allowance made for its "heroic" attack on entrenched elites, or its wide-eyed support ... Read more
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Critical Essay by Michael Joseph Phillips Richard Kostelanetz really staggers the imagination—another publication has listed him as a sort of Renaissance figure in modern garb. After all the th... Read more