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Frank Lentricchia (born 1940) is an American literary critic, novelist, and film teacher. from Duke University in 1966 and 1963 respectively after receiving a . from Utica College in 1962
Frank Lentricchia (born 1940) is an American literary critic, novelist, and film teacher. from Utica College in 1962. Lentricchia is currently a literature and film studies professor at Duke University. Robert Frost: Modern Poetics and the Landscapes of Self (1975).
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The Edge of Night book. The Dirty Harry of literary criticism" (New York Times), Lentricchia recounts his Italian-American childhood in upstate New York, attempts to come to grips with the beauty and power of literature, and struggles with middle-aged manhood, which have led him to retreat to a Trappist monastery.
by Frank Lentricchia. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780679430728.
Washed-up private investigator Eliot Conte would rather be teaching American literature and listening to opera than taking pictures of spouses in flagrante delicto.
Eliot Conte is an instant original. Washed-up private investigator Eliot Conte would rather be teaching American literature and listening to opera than taking pictures of spouses in flagrante delicto. But he flamed out of an academic career when he hung the Provost of UCLA out a window, and he had to come home -- to bleak Utica, New York, where his aging father, Silvio Conte, a political kingmaker, is still cutting deals and hustling appointments, and his all-but-in-blood brother Antonio Robinson is the city's first black.
Daniel T. O’Hara is Professor of English at Temple University. Empire Burlesque: The Fate of Critical Culture in Global America New Americanists.
The author is one of the most controversial figures in America's literary establishment. He has been described as 'the Dirty Harry of contemporary literary theory'. Lentricchia is currently a literature and film studies professor at Duke University ISBN: 0679430725 (English Teachers, Critics, Italian Americans). Other Products from hartmannbooks (View All). Dams, Jeanne M. Winter Of Discontent: A Dorothy Martin Mystery.
THE EDGE OF NIGHT By Frank Lentricchia. FRANK LENTRICCHIA, the famous professor of literature, is writing what he calls a "never-ending" book about modernism, and finds himself stuck on his last chapter, about T. S. Eliot. 182 pp. New York: Random House. As a prelude to his encounter with Old Possum, the Dirty Harry of contemporary critical theory (as The Village Voice has memorably called him) offers us an autobiographical "confession.