A.G. Stephens: The Critical Credo


Lee formulates A.G. Stephens's critical credo by selecting what he deems to be representative and characteristic statements from Stephens' published and unpublished work, arguing that Stephens worked to a more clearly realized set of critical principles than is generally admitted.

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Published 1 December 1964 in Volume 1 No. 4. Subjects: Australian literary criticism, Literary criticism, A.G. Stephens.

Cite as: Lee, S. E.. ‘A.G. Stephens: The Critical Credo.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 1, no. 4, 1964, doi: 10.20314/als.317a889934.