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QuestionAnswer
Moral Evaluates in relation to human life
Analytical Detailed analysis of its parts and organization
Impressionistic How the work affects the critic
Humanistic Classical form of language
Formal Examines Characteristics of a type of genre.
Archetypal plot pattern frequently in literary myths, religion, or folklor
Historical Examines work historically and facts of an authors life.
New Criticism The whole body of criticism that concentrates on the work of art as an object itself.
Marxist Critism Marxism assumes the independent reality of matter and its priority over the mind
Judicial Judges work by a certain standard
Created by: debclary