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  1. Viktor Shklovsky

    Russian theorist of literature, art and film, best known for developing the concept of defamiliarization.

    Scott Rettberg - 22.08.2014 - 11:49

  2. Ivor Armstrong Richards

    Ivor Armstrong Richards was an influential English literary critic and rhetorician. Richards was born in Sandbach. He was educated at Clifton College and Magdalene College, Cambridge, where his intellectual talents were developed by the scholar Charles Hicksonn 'Cabby' Spence. He began his career without formal training in literature; he studied philosophy (the "moral sciences") at Cambridge University, from which derived his assertions that, in the 20th century, literary study cannot and should not be undertaken as a specialisation, in and of itself, but studied alongside a cognate field, such as philosophy, psyhology or rhetoric. His early teaching appointments were as adjunct faculty: at Cambridge University, Magdalene College would not pay a salary for Richards to teach the new, and untested, academic field of English literature. Instead, like an old-style instructor, he collected weekly tuition directly from the students, as they entered the classroom.

    Alisa Nikolaevna Ammosova - 28.09.2021 - 16:23