The Merrill-Cazier Library is showcasing all of the 2012 Faculty Authors and their books in the Richard Schockmel USU Collections Room on the 2nd floor of the Library. We are proud of USU's faculty authors! This week we are highlighting:
Alan Blackstock, Associate Professor, Department of English, Vernal Education Center Blackstock, Alan R., 2012. The Rhetoric of Redemption: Chesterton, Ethical Criticism, and the Common Man (Studies in Literary Criticism and Theory, Vol. 23). New York, NY: Peter Lang.
The Rhetoric of Redemption: Chesterton, Ethical Criticism, and the Common Man examines the literary criticism written by G. K. Chesterton between 1902 and 1913 from a rhetorical standpoint to ascertain whether Chesterton did in fact create the "criticism for the common man" he aimed for. To answer this question, this book explores the relationships among writers, readers, books, and critics both during the time Chesterton first began writing and in the context of rhetorical and critica