Ivor Armstrong Richards


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Noun1.Ivor Armstrong Richards - English literary critic who collaborated with C. K. Ogden and contributed to the development of Basic English (1893-1979)
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Using a combination of Ivor Armstrong Richards's textual analysis devices (Dutton, 1985) and feminist literary criticism (Kolodny, 1980), this question was explored to its logical conclusions.
Using mainly the interpretive method, the data was jointly analysed according to Ivor Armstrong Richards's literary devices as well as the main feminist traits of analysis.
Although literary historians can trace the roots of aesthetic formalism all the way back to Aristotle, the modern movement probably began in 1924 when a Cambridge don named Ivor Armstrong Richards published his groundbreaking work Principles of Literary Criticism.