1. According to the narrator in the Introduction, the ________ probably saw the high-water mark of literary theory.
2. The narrator explains in the Introduction that the emphasis on practice means that this is what form of book?
(b) Work book.
3. According to the narrator in the Introduction, what two introductions to theory sources deal with the problems of teaching or learning theory?
(a) After Theory and The Critical Decade.
(b) The Oval Portrait and The End of English.
(c) The Use of English and The English Review.
(d) Literary Studies in Action and Texts and Contexts.
4. The Introduction states that ________, like novelists, are dauntingly plentiful.
5. Which of F.R. Leavis's teachings was essentially a syllabus, manageable within a year-long undergraduate course?
(a) Great Explorations.
(b) Great American Literature.
(c) Great Tradition.
(d) Great Expectations.
6. The Introduction states that another name for traditional literary criticism is ________.
(a) Liberal humanism.
(b) Independant humanism.
(c) Modern humanism.
(d) Conservative humanism.
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