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William Empson[edit]

Seven Types of Ambiguity
  • Seven Types of Ambiguity ushered forth New Criticism in the United States. The book is a guide to a style of literary criticism practiced by Empson. An ambiguity is represented as a puzzle to Empson. We have ambiguity when "alternative views might be taken without sheer misreading." Empson reads poetry as an exploration of conflicts within the author.

Ronald Fisher[edit]

The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection
Clarendon

Jerome Frank[edit]

Law and the Modern Mind

Charles Ogden[edit]

Basic English: A General Introduction with Rules and Grammar
  • The concept gained its greatest publicity just after the World War II as a tool for world peace. Although it was not built into a program, similar simplifications were devised for various international uses. I. A. Richards was a forceful advocate of the use of Basic English, and lobbied the government of China to teach it in schools there. More recently, it has influenced the creation of Simplified English, a standardized version of English intended for the writing of technical manuals.
  • In the future history book The Shape of Things to Come, published in 1933, H. G. Wells depicted Basic English as the lingua franca of a new elite which after a prolonged struggle succeeds in uniting the world and establishing a world government. In the future world of Wells' vision, virtually all members of humanity know this language.

IA Richards[edit]

Practical Criticism
Rev. ed., Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, London (1st ed. 1929)

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