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  1. New Criticism

    • IPA[n(y)o͞o ˈkridəˌsizəm]
    • ph.
      an influential movement in literary criticism in the mid 20th century, which stressed the importance of focusing on the text itself rather than being concerned with external biographical or social considerations. Associated with the movement were John Crowe Ransom, who first used the term in 1941, I. A. Richards, and Cleanth Brooks.