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  • The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
    New Historicism refers to a mode of criticism in which the literary text is read as a product of the historical conditions under which it was produced. In the case of the “Ancient Mariner,”...

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  • New Historicism
    The so-called “new historicism” differs from traditional historical criticism in a number of different ways, including the following: New historicists generally believe that traditional...

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  • New Historicism
    New Historicism was codified and named by Stephen Greenblatt, writer, editor, and former president of the Modern Language Association. It has ties to Marxist criticism of literature but considers...

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