I. A. Richards

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Noun1.I. A. Richards - English literary critic who collaborated with C. K. Ogden and contributed to the development of Basic English (1893-1979)
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What liberals such as I.A. Richards, William Empson, and Edmund Wilson had heralded as a new road to Utopia was, in fact, a disastrous turn into a dark and murderous wood.
The Birth of New Criticism: Conflict and Conciliation in the Early Work of William Empson, I.A. Richards, Laura Riding, and Robert Graves.
Rabinowitz and Bancroft do well to point out that we can trace the ghostly vestiges of the New Criticism in some of the following: insisting on text-based questions, eschewing the important connections between reader and text (what I.A. Richards rudely deemed mnemonic irrelevances), discouraging intertextual connections, not only between other texts but the texts of the students prior experiences with reading as well.
The second group of fifteen is concerned with the twentieth century with essays on I.A. Richards, T.S.