American-born critic Arlo Bates started his career as a journalist and editor, but later turned his efforts to analyzing and championing English literature, which led to him becoming a professor of English at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This collection brings together a series of enlightening lectures that Bates presented about literature during his tenure. It offers a fascinating glimpse into the ethos behind literary studies at the dawn of the twentieth century.
Number Of Pages: 192
Published: 1st February 2014