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Grub Street and the Ivory Tower
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Introduction
Jenny Uglow: Fielding, Grub Street, and Canary Wharf
Zachary Leader: Coleridge and the Uses of Journalism
Grevel Lindop: De Quincey and the Edinburgh and Glasgow University Circles
John Sutherland: Journalism, Scholarship, and the University College London English Department
Valentine Cunningham: Darke conceits: Churton Collins, Edmund Gosse, and the Professions of Criticism
David Finkelstein: Literature, Propaganda, and the First World War: The Case of Blackwood's Magazine
Hermione Lee: `Crimes of Criticism': Virginia Woolf and Literary Journalism
Jeremy Treglown: The TLS and the Second World War, and How to Fill Some Gaps in Modern British Cultural History
Stefan Collini: The Critic as Anti-Journalist: Leavis after Scrutiny
John Stokes: Saving Lives: Kenneth Tynan and the Duties of Dramatic Criticism
Edna Longley: `Between the Saxon Smile and the Yankee Yawp': Problems and Contexts of Literary Reviewing in Ireland
Marjorie Perloff: What We Don't Talk About When We Talk About Poetry: Some Aporias of Literary Journalism
Karl Miller: Teachers, Writers
Lorna Sage: Living on Writing
Notes on Contributors
Index

About the Author

Treglown is a former editor of the Times Literary Supplement

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