Category Archives: Dowling, William C.
William Chafe discusses the possible effects of the Equal Rights Amendment on American society and how it might affect the role of women in the home. He comments on gender roles as seen from different cultural perspectives and in different … Continue reading
(1)New Criticism and the American Literary Community: Summary and Response; (1) United States Foreign Policy in Latin America and the Third World; (3) American Medical Education and the Liberal Arts; (4) Commentary on Opinion Polls
William Dowling summarizes the approach to literature known as New Criticism and the close textual analysis that characterizes it. He talks about the basis of some conflicts among New Critics in the 1960s. At [5:20], Cleanth Brooks responds to Dowling, … Continue reading