The general view of the Bible herein set forth rests upon the conclusions of no new criticism.
We therefore hope the orthodox parsons will refute the "new criticism."
His supremacy and that of his satellites Moore and Campbell were championed by the old papers and by the two new criticism.
Wells has given to the novel a new criticism and, to a certain degree, a new form.
A new criticism arose, and bade literature draw from life, while a vivid idealism accompanied anxiety for historical truth.
By 1870 the call was repeatedly sounded for a new literature and a new criticism in the South.
The problem consists in this: that our doctrine necessitates a new criticism of the sources of history.
And the Author applied himself to the study of the new criticism, and it seemed as great a mystery to him as ever.