Religion and Critical Theory

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In his 1935 essay "Religion and Literature," T.S. Eliot argued that modern literature had become progressively secularized. In response he proposed that "literary criticism should be complemented by criticism from a definite ethical and theological standpoint." Eliot introduced his arguments with the famous statement, "The 'greatness' of literature . . .

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