F. R. Leavis Essay | Leavis: Harbinger of English (and Morals)

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Leavis: Harbinger of English (and Morals)

Summary: Provides a brief introduction on the prominent critic F. R. Leavis, and an analysis of one of his major works, The Living Principle: English as a Discipline of Thought.
It seems as though many students at the university level are English majors. This could be attributed to their indecisive nature upon entering a college: not sure of what to take as a major but having a vague interest in reading or writing, the student may naturally drift towards English. If the student ends up progressing to the junior or senior level, he or she may begin to realize that at some point graduation will be inevitable, and finding a job will be in order. It is at this point that the student of English will begin to take the discipline more seriously, and decide, or possibly be required, to conduct research on a person relating to the field. Invariably the English major will stumble upon F. R. Leavis, without whom the discipline very possibly might not have existed at all.

Leavis was born...

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