Criticism | September 01, 1982

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In the spring of 1982, under the auspices of the Paul Anthony Brick Lecture Committee, we were able to interview Professor Brooks. Much to our delight, what began as a highly formal occasion — with tapes and microphones strategically placed chairs — swiftly developed into a relaed and far-ranging discussion of matters launched by the topic of his three lectures: the contemporary state of literary criticism.

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