... in ... the ... did-he- ... Quite so- but many modern literary critics are full of garden fertilizer. Personally, I ll stick with old-fashioned authorsMessage 1 of 4 , Jan 15, 2007View Source--- In email@example.com, "Merlin DeTardo" <emptyD@...>
> Ah, but don't many modern litarary critics dismiss an author's
> intentions as unimportant? As suggested, for example, in this
> wikipedia entry on "intentional fallacy"?
> And here's some blogging on the subject by Richard Scott Nokes
> what started as a discussion of Tolkien (regarding his use ofthe
> word "weapontake"):did-he-
> know-and-when.htmlQuite so- but "many modern literary critics" are full of garden
fertilizer. Personally, I'll stick with old-fashioned "authors"
as opposed to deterministic "author functions."